0 How to Study Large Volumes of Information

 
How to study large volumes of information in a short time
Whenever you look at your calendar and see that date you marked earlier - whether for an upcoming talk, speech or exam - chances are your heart starts beating faster.
 
Although you may have still a bunch of time left before the actual date, you still need to take a moment to sit and plan ahead.
 
So what should you know and do before such an important event comes?

Today, let's have some useful guides that can help you not just survive, but come out successful when you're dealing with your memory.

Let's go!

Methods of memorization

In order to give those formulas better chances of being captured in your memory, you can use associations. For example, you may use a certain historic event that occurred on the same day when your beloved boy band was founded or your mother was born. However, you have to be careful NOT to choose events from your personal life, such as associating your anniversary or birthday. Otherwise, this method may not help you during the test.


It would be helpful if you can determine which type of memory you have most developed: visual, auditory or motor. For visual, it's recommend using images or visualizing an event or concept that needs to be explored. If you have a better hearing record, mentally give names, dates, definitions and formulas. If you have such an opportunity, write down, for example, the definition of the concept on a voice recorder and listen to it. Those who have good motor memory, writing cheat sheets or notes are useful. Summarize the main information on a topic of the essay writing or topic and regularly re-read it. Of course, cheat sheets should not be brought to the test!

Now let’s find out how to study large volumes of information in a short time.

 
Getting ready for an exam should be for at least three days. That's because it's na├»ve to believe that it is impossible to master (albeit poorly) hundreds of questions in one day or at night!
 
Day 1 - Write a notebook from various writing tips
Make a very short summary dictation for each question - let it be 3-5 sentences from the chosen theme, but you will remember them (writing of the text activates mechanical, visual and auditory memory), and already on the board, you can beat some basic information. If you decide to do cribs, do it by hand, this is the same notebook. Remember, the brain revives previously understood information!
 
Day 2 - Change your activity
Relax, preferably in the outdoors. Continuous cramming does not lead to best results as brain activity will be tense all these days and may weaken before the exam! Until the evening, return to preparation, turn the textbooks on the topic and read the abstract.

Day 3 - Restore training

At the moment you are willing to capture some (additional) information. Read the abstract created once more aloud, close and read in memory. If there is time left, search for additional information on the questions that you are interested in (perhaps the least understandable) or ask for help writing essay service such as essay.online. It is worth noting that classical music contributes to a better assimilation of information. Another common, but true stereotype is the study of information before going to bed, and so again read the note already in bed.

Lastly, an exam is not a reason for panic, hysterics or excessive excitement. Moderate stress is admissible. Exams are old as the world, they were given by our grandfathers, great-grandfathers, this is a small test, in life such as these will be hundreds and thousands. So go through this trial with a worthwhile experience!
 
 

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