40 Study Methods

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For those who are isolated during this times of the coronavirus, there are somethings that will change.

Remote Learning: Occurs when the learner, or source of information, are separated by time and distance and therefore cannot meet in a traditional classroom setting.

Here are 40 study methods to keep your success booming, even when you are inside!

  1. Acronyms.
  2. Mnemonics.
  3. Record yourself and listen to the lessons while cleaning, lying in bed, or cooking etc.
  4. Teach someone else.
  5. Watch a video on YouTube about that specific topic/lesson.
  6. Re-write your notes.
  7. Mind maps.
  8. Use apps like Quizlet, StudyBlue, Memrise or Anki to memorize.
  9. Flashcards.
  10. Write essays about that topic/lesson (in your target language.)
  11. Read articles about your topic (in your target language.)
  12. Make a PowerPoint with the lesson.
  13. Make a story with the elements you need to know.
  14. Use a memory place (a.k.a. Method of Loci.)
  15. Make a study group and discuss the topic/share your conclusions/opinions.
  16. Find a study partner and ask them to quiz you.
  17. Try to make a test for your study partner while they make one for you and them see if you know the answer.
  18. Sticky notes.
  19. Write on a whiteboard/mirror with a semi-permenent marker. 
  20. Summarize ideas (1-2 sentences per idea.)
  21. Pretend you are going to present the information to someone you respect.
  22. Make a song/rap with the lesson (like Miley Stewart in that one Hannah Montana episode.)
  23. Take online tests for the respective lesson/concept.
  24. Highlight key words.
  25. Speak up when you read the information.
  26. Stop after every paragraph/page and try to explain what you just read.
  27. Use the Leitner System.
  28. Ask questions about everything.
  29. Read your notes after class.
  30. Make connections between your life and the lesson.
  31. Change the topic/subject every now and then when you're tired.
  32. For each paragraph/page/chapter you do, choose a reward, (example: gummy bears.)
  33. Use the Fenyman Notebook Method.
  34. Part your lesson so you don't feel overwhelmed.
  35. Study what you don't know first, you can revise what you know later.
  36. Draw diagrams.
  37. Use Times New Roman for your PowerPoints/essay, (it's the fastest font to read.)
  38. Use the Cornell Method for note taking.
  39. Make a post on Tumblr/Amino for the topic.
  40. Use Semper, if you use your phone a lot. Make your own deck and answer questions when you open your phone.