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Simply reading the things you need to remember for a looming exam over and over may not be the best way to retain information.

Instead, you should use these tried-and-tested methods. No matter how smart you think you are, the chances are that you sometimes fail to make the most of your memory.

A series of surveys have shown most students fail to use proven methods of learning effectively, instead wasting their time on ineffective methods. Fortunately, a new paper, published in one of the top psychology journals, has examined the biggest misconceptions, with a list of the five most popular study strategies , the potential pitfalls, and the ways that they can use them more effectively.

The most common strategy is to read the words and their meanings until they stick. Unfortunately, psychologists believe that it is too passive, meaning that most of the information fails to leave an impression. Passive rereading is probably the least effective study method, but it may sometimes feel inevitable if you feel like you lack a basic understanding of the concepts. You can make better use of those sessions, however, by ensuring that you return to the material at regular intervals.

You might read a chapter, move on to something else, and then re-read it after an hour, a day, or a week to help stimulate the memory. View image of Student highlighting notes Credit: Like rereading, this study technique is nearly ubiquitous.

The idea makes sense: But although it can be more effective than passive rereading, underlining and highlighting often fails to work, with most students mindlessly marking up almost every paragraph without much discernment.

Instead, the scientists suggest that you read the text once through cold, and then mark up the relevant passages on the second pass. By forcing you to think more carefully about each point and its relative importance in the overall argument, this encourages the more active processing that is essential for the formation of stronger memories.

Visit any lecture theatre or library and you will find students judiciously copying the most important facts into their notebooks. Like underlining and highlighting, the problems come when you fail to be judicious about the material you are including.

Your overenthusiasm — and propensity to include everything that is mentioned — can easily become a vice. View image of Student making notes Credit: Experiments have shown that the fewer words students use to express an idea in their notes, the more likely they are to remember it afterwards. This is probably because creating summaries and paraphrasing force you to think deeply about the nub of the idea you are trying to express — and that additional effort cements it in your memory. These findings may also explain why it is better to take notes with a pen and paper, rather than using a laptop: Sometimes these outlines are created by the instructor themselves, but they may also encourage the student to do it for themselves.

Students offered a course outline do tend to perform better, new evidence suggests, since it allows them to identify the underlying connections between different topics. View image of Student using laptop Credit: Much of our learning is independent, of course, without formal instruction — but you can easily make your own bullet-point outlines of a text or lecture. Again, being concise is key: Even so, there are still more and less effective ways of doing it. Most people struggle to gauge the limits of their own thinking, believing that their decisions are smarter than they really are — and judgments of learning are no different.

Indeed, one study found that the more confident people felt about their learning of a fact, the less likely they were to recall it later. We all underestimate just how easily we will forget material in the future. Instead, it makes more sense to continue testing long after you think you know the word.

David Robson is a science writer based in the UK. What is BBC Future? Best of BBC Future. Psychology Education Five memory hacks to make you smarter. By David Robson 5 September You might also like: An effortless way to improve your memory Educationism: The hidden bias we often ignore Can tech kill off the exam? Rereading Learning new vocabulary? Space your reading Passive rereading is probably the least effective study method, but it may sometimes feel inevitable if you feel like you lack a basic understanding of the concepts.

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This Bitesize BBC website has some more tips on reading exams. Have you got any tips about learning strategies and exam preparation that you can share with us? We will post our favourites here and on our Facebook page. Join us in Session 2 for News Review. Neil and Dan look at an entertainment related story from Hollywood and show you how to use its key words and phrases in your everyday English.

English You Need Exams, news, pronunciation, teachers' tips, learners' questions. Session 1 Are you working towards an important exam? Sessions in this unit 1 2 3 4 5. Activity 1 Exam skills: Time isn't always on your side! To play this video you need to enable JavaScript. Here's examiner Mark Shea… Mark Shea, Examiner The way most reading exams work is that you have a lot of reading to do and very little time to do it.

This is how one student approaches a reading exam… Student When the paper come, I read first the questions. Why not try these? Try out practice exams 2: Get feedback and act on it 3: Read the instructions carefully 4: Read the questions before the text 5: Answer all the questions 6: Leave time to check your work To do So what did you discover?

Find out by taking our test…. Next up is Learners' Questions , our brand new series, where we choose one question sent in by an English language learner, and provide an answer. This time, Daniela from Italy wants to know how to use the phrase be likely to.

English You Need Exams, news, pronunciation, teachers' tips, learners' questions. Sessions Vocabulary reference Grammar reference. Sessions in this unit 1 2 3 4 5. Activity 1 The Teachers' Room. Watch the video and complete the activity. To play this video you need to enable JavaScript. Why not try these? To do Try our quiz to see if you've picked up our tips. The Teachers' Room Quiz 5 Questions Check what you've learned by selecting the correct answer to each question.

Activity Check what you've learned by selecting the correct answer to each question. Hint Generally reading lessons tend to move from ambiguity to close language work - so from less information to more. Question 1 of 5 Help. What are the usual stages of a reading lesson? Hint If we drip feed something, we only hand it out one at a time. Why would this be useful? Question 2 of 5 Help. Why does Dan suggest drip feeding the students key words in the prediction stage?

Hint After a prediction stage, what have the students come up with? Question 3 of 5 Help. What is a simple gist activity which requires no preparation and can always be done with students following a prediction stage?

Hint 'Screw up' is the game where we screw up a text for students to use as a gist reading activity. Question 4 of 5 Help.

What are students not allowed to do while playing 'screw up'? Like underlining and highlighting, the problems come when you fail to be judicious about the material you are including. Your overenthusiasm — and propensity to include everything that is mentioned — can easily become a vice. View image of Student making notes Credit: Experiments have shown that the fewer words students use to express an idea in their notes, the more likely they are to remember it afterwards.

This is probably because creating summaries and paraphrasing force you to think deeply about the nub of the idea you are trying to express — and that additional effort cements it in your memory. These findings may also explain why it is better to take notes with a pen and paper, rather than using a laptop: Sometimes these outlines are created by the instructor themselves, but they may also encourage the student to do it for themselves.

Students offered a course outline do tend to perform better, new evidence suggests, since it allows them to identify the underlying connections between different topics. View image of Student using laptop Credit: Much of our learning is independent, of course, without formal instruction — but you can easily make your own bullet-point outlines of a text or lecture. Again, being concise is key: Even so, there are still more and less effective ways of doing it.

Most people struggle to gauge the limits of their own thinking, believing that their decisions are smarter than they really are — and judgments of learning are no different. Indeed, one study found that the more confident people felt about their learning of a fact, the less likely they were to recall it later.

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