If you are in hight school
Just don't learn for the sake of learning or scoring marks,Learn to acquire knowledge.I have 2 kids .The elder one is in the 1st grade and the younger one is going to Weewatch day care centre at Ontario.As soon as the elder one comes from school she teaches my little one whatever was taught in his school.By making him learn she is learning more.This way she never forgets what was taught in school.Teaching others is not only a great help but also a secret tip for learning better.
*** How Can I Improve My Study Habits?
Your Study Environment
Following through on homework assignments, however, is difficult for many youths. Dr. William Glasser points out, though, that many students “have less than ideal conditions at home in which to work.” Most of us need a quiet place that is set aside for study. If you share a room, or if space is limited in your home, improvise! Perhaps the kitchen, or someone’s bedroom, can be proclaimed your study area for an hour or so each evening. Or, as a last resort, try a public library or a friend’s home.
If possible, use a desk or a table with plenty of space on which to spread out your work. Keep supplies such as pencils and paper handy so you won’t have to get up constantly. Sorry to say, having the TV or the radio on generally works against concentration. So do telephone calls or visits. As author Eugene Schwartz says, “Study is business—all business.” Make sure, too, that you have adequate, glare-free lighting (at least 100 watts). Good lighting reduces study fatigue and protects your eyes as well.
What if you find yourself thinking, ‘I’m just not in the mood for studying’? Remember, study is serious business, and life seldom allows us the luxury of indulging our moods. Your parents likely have to perform their various tasks in and out of the right mood. Homework can therefore be viewed as an exercise in self-discipline, a rehearsal for later work experience. At a secular job, you will have to start work at the same time every day. And employers value workers who can be trusted to work by themselves. So be businesslike about your homework. Says one educator: “If possible, studying should be done in the same place and at the same time every day. Thus, regular study will become a habit, and . . . will reduce your resistance to study.”
*** Your Study Routine
At Philippians 3:16 Paul encouraged Christians to “go on walking orderly in this same routine.” Paul was speaking of the course of Christian living. However, a routine, or pattern of doing things, is helpful in other aspects of life too—such as when you study.
*** ‘There Will Be a Test on This Next Week’
These words need not cause you needless anxiety. Your regular routine of studying puts you miles ahead of the student who tries to cram at the last minute. Still, there are a few points to keep in mind. First of all, try to find out from your teacher what kind of test it will be. Will it be an essay test? Multiple choice? Also, in the days or weeks preceding the test, listen carefully for clues as to what will appear in the test. (“This next point is very important” or, “Be sure to remember that” are typical hints, says Senior Scholastic magazine.) Next you can start (days in advance, if possible) reviewing your notes, textbooks and homework assignments.