1. Use a mnemonic device
Effortlessly recollect successions and key ideas – like PEMDAS – by redoing them into a story you can identify with.
2. YouTube it.
3. Download free apps to study on the go.
4. Caffeinate (in breaks!)…
Caffeine helps jumpstart the mind, yet you're in an ideal situation settling on visit, little respites, as opposed to bringing down that venti before you hit the books.
… and pop some gum in between.
Studies suggest that biting gum can support fixation and core interest. (Besides, all that biting should keep you conscious, right?)
5. Give your notes a makeover.
Amp up your notes with hues and visuals, and you'll probably review the points of interest when it's amusement time. You also learn more effectively when you compose things out by hand – so dump the PC for a bit.
6. Block distractions. Literally.
Can't focus? SelfControl is a free application that will kill your entrance to diverting sites for a pre-set measure of time.
7. Tackle small sections at a time…
8. Get loud.
9. Switch up your space.
10. Do the reading before the lecture…