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Best tips on studying a textbook for students

Previously, we learned the techniques of reading the textbook more scientifically fast and in a short time. 

Today we will learn more easy techniques for the study. 
There was a friend of mine who would come and tell me a new joke every single day and one day I said to her, “Hey, how do you even remember all these jokes because I just read a joke and forget it instantly.” She said that's because I tell it to you, so telling and retelling information helps in retaining it greatly. Use the Feynman technique to store information in your long-term memory. Teach it to a small child and identify your gaps and go back to the source material, review it. Later, come back, teach it to the child again until the little one completely understands what you're trying to say to them. This is the writing, tactile, also act of writing also creates new hooks in the brain. In fact, research has shown that if you read a book without ever writing anything that perhaps is the worst way to read a textbook. So, how about you make small notes or highlight within the text itself to make notes of your own. We've got a dedicated video to help you do that and I'm going to drop a link in the description box for you. Write short notes in your own words likewise some people recall information better when they move around.      Research has shown that the act of reading a physical book with your fingers touching the paper leads to far greater recall than reading one online. Likewise, if the content allows then applying what you're reading leads to much greater retention. For example, you're reading a music book than playing the music chords or you're reading a cookery book and you go and prepare that dish, then the sights and the smells are going to make it an unforgettable experience. Our brain remembers experiences vividly even lasting a lifetime. So make reading a textbook a sensory experience, read actively with full involvement. These multiple hooks are going to make your brain like a steel trap to store all the information in your long-term memory and is critical reading. How do we engage the brain in a way that thinks about the information is like reading the first and detect how about you ask yourself a question before you start reading the text? You'll be like this detective, looking for clues and information. Ask yourself why did the author says this or do I agree with the author's conclusion? Or where is the evidence? Also, think about the ramifications and implications of the content in life in general. Perhaps you can also think about how the content relates to you. Personally your own personality preferences and experiences.
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Step number seven is to repeat
Repetitions help to solidify our memories re-read and retell. If you don't want to read the entire text again, you can read the highlighted sections. Sometimes when we read the same thing for the third time, new connections begin to get formed in the brain.
Step number eight condense and simplify
With repeated readings now you should be able to condense the entire chapter on to one page of notes. This is going to be really useful to you when you've been doing that last-minute revision.
Bonus tips
Number one is called small segments
Read in small segments of ten to fifteen minutes and take a break. Breaks are very important for your brain to be able to process the information and put it back into your long-term memory. Slowly start increasing the duration of these segments up to twenty or twenty-five minutes.
Number two is called energy read
When you're more energized early in the morning or just after a nap and stop reading when you feel tired or begin to lose focus.

Number three is called practice

The more you read, the better you become added. Remember the10,000 hour rule, so read every day and enjoy reading so that's all from me and I hope you benefited greatly from this INFORMATION and now you're going to go back and read that textbook more efficiently. I'm going to drop links to related videos in the description box below.

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