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    1. Use cards. In high school, flashcards were not a big deal. In college, they are your friend and ally. You can use them as steadfast way to memorize information or learn new words if you are studying idioms or proverbs. The trick is the following: you write a word on one side, and a definition on the other side. This is great to test yourself when you have many words in store. If you are not a fan of self-quizzing, ask your friend to join in.
    2. Think of the location you are working at. Sometimes, all you have to say is ‘do my homework for money’ and writing services will rush to help you. In other cases, you have to change the scenery. Many students love working in a café to be around people, but we do not think this is the best option due to the hustle and bustle and overall hectic atmosphere. We advise you to spend a few hours in the library where no one can disturb you. Besides, being surrounded by books increases your productivity level and makes you focused. Of course, the study place is an individual decision, but there is nothing better than sitting in the quiet just for a while.
    3. This one is quite controversial. Some say that music is an actual study helper, while others find it distracting. Try to make a list of your favorite tracks and listen to them for motivation. However, if you are forcing yourself to do so and do not find it useful, there is no point in copying someone else’s working style. You can listen to classics as an alternative if that helps you focus.
    4. When you feel like you can’t prepare on your own, invite some friends. Even simple tips like ‘Do you remember, it was this time when we revised it and then you got it’ help. You can gather a study group and delegate individual tasks so that you learn through teaching. Each team would have a task assigned to them, and if something is unclear, you can listen to your friends’ explanation. This works well for the quizzes and tests and pays off during an exam, as you are repeating things over and over until they are imprinted in your memory.
    5. If you have a writing task, do not forget to organize it in a pretty way. It’s not about the cosmetic look, but the overall revision experience that you go through. Highlighted notes are easier to memorize, and if you have a structure to your essay (introduction, body and conclusion) it will be readable and what is more important, more concise. Your teacher won’t be able to check out every single detail of your answer, so you’d better keep it clear and short. You can add a personal point of view but be sure to support it with evidence.