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This can be more comfortable and easier to see everything that you need within reach.


Giant pandas eat approximately 28lbs of bamboo in a day. Over 5 tons a year. Now that is a lot of bamboo!


Having a good and positive mindset is definitely a good habit to have!


If you lose focus while studying, try to stand up for a few minutes and move around. This can help get your blood flowing, and you can feel more alert.


Applesauce was the first food eaten in space by astronauts. Now that’s a good and tasty choice!


When it comes to multiple pages of notes. Try to summarize them down to a paragraph or two. This can help narrow down the key points. Doing this can help you not just memorize your notes but memorize the most important parts.


Mint tea will help you stay more focused. But if you’re worried about a big test, drink chamomile tea before bed to help you fall asleep and have a good night's rest.


Have you ever noticed during the winter that you’re having to trim them more often? Well, now you know!


You don’t want your goals to be too easy that you don’t even try to challenge yourself to grow and learn. If you don’t want to overwhelm yourself with big goals, just start with small ones that work your way up.


Not only will this help with memorizing your notes and what you learned. But it can help you feel more confident about the subject as well.


Abraham Lincoln was the tallest U.S. president at 6 feet 4 inches.


Always leave with enough time for you to make it on time with time to spare. Whether it’s going to class, work, or an event. That way you can be prepared in case of unplanned any stops along the way.


Being prepared is never a bad thing.


Learning new things is always good!


It also helps to dress according to the weather and the temperature in the classroom. If you are a cold-natured person, then always have a jacket or sweater with you. If you’re too hot or too cold, it can prevent you from paying attention.


Time management is key. Don’t cut yourself short from learning or taking the easy way out.


Your brain constantly changes connections and grows cells. It starts growing at about six weeks in the embryo and throughout the rest of your life.


Rewriting your notes or certain tasks that are needed to be done can help improve your memory significantly.


There is nothing wrong with making learning more fun!


Sleep actually helps you remember things. While losing sleep can lead to worse memory recall. So always try to get a good night's rest!


Dressing for success can sometimes be vital for meetings and interviews. You should strive to look your best and be presentable.


Paying attention is always worth it.


Your brain will actually reduce blood flow to those areas that are familiar with a particular subject. So if you find yourself daydreaming in certain classes, that may be because you know a lot pertaining to that certain subject.


Choosing electives that you like can really make a difference!


Sometimes your teacher can even give you a great perspective during class. Perspectives can always help with memory. If a certain subject makes you think about a movie or a place. Write it down if it helps.


“Strengths” has nine letters and eight of them are constants, making it the longest word in the English language with only one vowel.


To combat the “curve of forgetting” try to study and review all new material within 24 hours. While it’s fresh on your mind otherwise it might just be left on the back burner.


Pay attention in class and taking good notes will help you in the long run. It will make it easier when it comes to studying at home.

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