So last week…we discussed how to study for a math test to make sure you know you know the information.
This week, I want to give you another technique that I also suggested to my student in studying for a math test.
First, make a chart like the one below: the concepts are running down the left hand side and whatever information you think is important go across the top. I have a few suggested in the picture below:
You’ll notice that I have a “don’t forget to…!” row. So many students say to me, “Oh no, I understand the problem, I just forgot to…” Because math is so detailed and precise if you do forget one little step the whole problem gets thrown off…and again we want to train the brain to catch the mistake and then correct it.
As always, I’m curious to know if you used this technique and how it went for you! If you would like more suggestions for study habits and tips please feel free to reach out.
So many of my students are so exhausted and stressed out when they come home from school..they take a nap and then find themselves up late again finishing their homework. Is that you as well? are In this video I show you a few very short, simple exercises to do before you start (or continue) to do your homework to help re-energize you before starting your homework.
After watching the video I would love to know: what do you do now to help energize yourself when you come home from school? Looking for more study tools and tips? Please feel free to reach out! I would love to talk with you.
How do you make sure that you are getting done what you have to get done WELL, and in a TIMELY and STRESSLESS manner? Accountability, of course! Watch this video for three quick tips of how to use an accountability partner…
oh and don’t forget to comment below: what task are you trying to complete this week and who will hold you accountable for it?
Questions? Feel free to contact meto inquire about Academic Coaching in the Summer and Fall!
Do you find yourself second guessing yourself after you’ve finished a test, project, or presentation…or sometimes maybe even obsessing about it? Watch this video for a tip on how to reflect after you’ve finished. How do you reflect? Let me know below!
Have trouble getting the first words of a first draft started? Do the words stay in your mind, until it’s perfect and then it’s 8pm before the final paper is due and your still staring at a blank page? Watch this video to find out about The Most Horrible First Draft Ever. Do you struggle with writing papers? Comment below about your struggles and strategies for getting started.
So…you have your notes, you’re all set to “study” and write that paper…but…how do you actually start? In this video, learn how to organize your information before you begin. And…please comment below, what are your favorite ways of organizing information?