4 ways you can learn more efficiently


As the academic year has started a long time ago and we are all agitated to learn as much material as possible, surely each of us has a certain blockage about it.

We have always been told in an educational institution about how we should behave, about our rules as students, but we have never been taught how to proceed to better assimilate the information received from teachers.

So, I will suggest 4 ways you can learn more efficiently, which bring a very good performance and result.

1. Adjust your sleep schedule

I know you hear that from everyone and I know that for a teenager, going to bed early is a pain, but it is very important.

Like you, I ignored this for a long time until I gave it a try, and my brain gave a different performance.

It is important to have at least 7 hours of sleep a night to have the best results, and the best sleep is between 11-12 pm.

In my routine, I put to bed at 10 o’clock at 11 o’clock in the evening. I’m still working on it, I wish I didn’t go to bed at 11 o’clock, but the small steps are the most important to get where you set out to be.

And in the morning I always set my alarm either at 8 or 9 o’clock, and my mind feels very rested compared to my old schedule in which I went to bed at 1 am and woke up at 12 pm.

Rest is much more important than we imagine when it comes to learning. It helps you assimilate information faster and keeps it for a much longer period of time.

Not for nothing is it said:

 “time is money”

2. Organize your materials

The day before you start learning, organize the materials from which you have to work/learn.

The organization will produce a mental organization and the information will not be ravaged in your brain or in real life.

Put the lessons you have to learn on the chapters, it can help you to underline them or rewrite them in an interactive way in order to have the highest possible yield.

Also, a clean, organized workspace is also a plus to give you calm and pleasure when you sit at the office to start your work and start memorizing for school.

3. Document yourself from as many materials as possible

When you choose to learn about a certain subject, do not limit yourself only to what the teacher offers you, because that is not strictly necessary and sometimes many essential things are omitted.

Search in as many materials as possible to give you a better and clearer understanding of the subject you have to learn, in order to open as many branches of connection as possible.

Also, the fact that you are inspired by other materials can help you make it easier to connect with what was given to you in class. If you forget a certain part of that lesson in the exam, the fact that you have learned more can help you remember that part or discuss it in a much more developed and professional way.

That is why it is important to learn logically, not mechanically.

4. Give yourself time

This last aspect is by far the most important one.

Why? Because time and patience are the most important skills you need to know how to use.

You can’t assimilate a lot of information at once and some of you getting absorbed in this thing and trying to learn as much information as possible a day, risk that at the end of the week they won’t remember anything and realize that they haven’t learned at all.

Everyone must be patient with themselves and get to know him first.

It is normal to wait 4 days for information if it is difficult for you to remember, it is not a marathon to keep 100 pages a day. And a page if you managed to learn it in the true sense of the word, you are much more won than the rest who just overlook the materials.

Be patient with yourself!


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