We put all our efforts into our exams but can not make up for what we have expected. According to the latest education news, because of the burden of books and the pressure of examinations students get confused and find no way apart from learning all the bookish content all day long.
But after reading and learning throughout the day still, we tend to forget the concepts we learned. So here are some of the tricks and tactics that are proven and have the great potential to make the learning experience fun and effective for the students.
Learn on a Daily Basis
Leaning on a daily basis is very effective because practice makes things permanent. When we daily sit, read, and learn this practice becomes our habit. One can leave anything in the world but can not get rid of the habit he has made.
When we daily learn new things or when we even revise the things that we have learned before we reach the depth of that study and that study can not ever go from our brain because. This happens because our brain gets habitual with that practice.
Break the learning process into pieces
When we get tensed or when we have the pressure of studies in our head then we start mugging up the excessive knowledge that exceeds the capacity of our memory. This is the reason behind forgetting the concepts while writing an examination.
This can be changed if we start leaning in proportions. We need to divide the concept or chapter in small proportions and need to have proper learning by focusing on one topic at one time.
Social Learning Methods
When we learn in groups then the learning process becomes way more fun than studying alone. Group studies are the best way of getting clear and doubt free concepts. When we do group studies then intermixing of knowledge and ideas take place that helps us remember the concepts of a long time.
Visual Way of Learning
Visualization of a concept is far better than reading and learning the concept. When we see an image of any scientific concept or when see a video of any particular phenomenon then that tends to remain in our memory for a long.
On the other hand when we put pressure on reading and learning any specific thing then we tend to forget the concept at the time of exams. Visual learning is considered a fast technique to learn thing than that of theoretically leaning something.
Keep a Goal While Learning
We have definitely heard this line that ‘when there is a will then there is a way’. The will comes when we have certain goals or aims. Your goals and aims need not have to be big and long term goals. You can also make short-term goals on an everyday basis and can try your best to achieve it.
Do not push yourself so hard that you end up having lots of pressure of studies. Set small goals than can be, simply reading a new concept on daily basis or revising a whole chapter in one day and etc.
Focus on the critical concepts first
Always select the things that are hard to learn or revise. When we learn the difficult concepts first and make become well versed in them then we get ample time to revise it make it habitual to our brain.
When difficult things become clear like crystal to us then we do not need to put more effort into the things that are easier than it. Learning and understanding of critical concepts will increase the speed of learning and makes your brain sharper than before.
Learn for an experience, not for examination
People often misunderstand the concept of gaining experience and mugging up the bookish language. When we mug up the contents that are written on the book then we just make us become capable of giving the examination. But gaining experience helps you to clear the examinations with good marks and also help you implement that knowledge whenever needed.
Experience makes you capable of fighting all the challenges but mugging up the bookish language will only stay till the last hour of examination. Do not study for examination, study for yourself, and for your knowledge.