According to the researchers, led by John Dunlosky (et al.2013) from Kent State University,
- both techniques have been shown to boost students’ performance across many different kinds of tests, and their effectiveness has been repeatedly demonstrated for students of all ages.
You can use these for your exam preparations now that many countries are removing lockdowns.
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Me, having an internal rant about mental health depictions in media: and ANOTHER thing!!!
We’re talking about shrek in my Social Psychology course and this is why i love this class so much!
I thank my lord. I’ve always been passionate about truth, figuring out why I feel the way I feel. Found the answer, can never let it go!
I’ve been really busy the last two weeks due to exams, but now I have time for myself again. Today was a productive day, I made some digital revision notes, worked out and went for a walk with my dog.
I hope y'all are doing okay and aren’t struggling too much with the quarantine. Please stay safe and take care of yourselves, don’t forget to do things that makes you happy.
I’m usually a pretty good exam taker, i don’t get overly anxious or anyrhing, but boy taking exams online stress me the hell out
I apologize for not posting any photos of my notes and study spaces for the rest of the semester. Since my semester went to online classes, I haven’t been as aesthetically organized as I was previously lol. But! I was able to pass all my classes with amazing grades! All thanks to a lot of hard work and a bunch of extra credit assignments 😆 I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there! 💕✨
🙃I 👏am 👏not 👏coping. I 👏am 👏unenrolling 👏from uni👏🙃
hello :) i didn’t post about it, but in february, i’d gone to the uk for what was supposed to be a semester abroad with the erasmus program. of course, what with the pandemic, it wasn’t your typical erasmus experience, but i thought i’d put it out there in case anyone stumbles across this and has any questions about my experience and erasmus in general x
Last lecture for today 🤓🙌🏻 Hope you all had a great day! 🦊
💦 Studies in adults suggest that restricting fluids enough to lose just 1 percent of body weight can decrease concentrationand alertness. And a few small studies in schoolchildren, who are more dehydration-prone than adults, indicate that access to extra water can improve attention and memory. .
💦 For worriers, there could be another benefit as well. Sipping water during an exam is sometimes suggested as a strategy for easing test anxiety. By offering a momentary distraction, it can break a chain of anxious thoughts and free the mind to focus on the task, leading to better performance.
💦 Drinking water can also aid concentration the same way a sugar pill can ease pain: by activating the placebo effect. Water has received a lot of good press lately. If people believe that sipping water helps the brain work more efficiently, that expectation alone could be enough to boost brainpower.
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So i decided that my least favourite subject this semester is Conflict Resolution, which is a bummer, because before we started i though it would be super interesting.