MY CART (5)

Use Coupon: CART20 and get 20% off on all online Study Material

ITEM
DETAILS
MRP
DISCOUNT
FINAL PRICE
Total Price: R

There are no items in this cart.
Continue Shopping
Menu
Get instant 20% OFF on Online Material.
coupon code: MOB20 | View Course list

  • Complete JEE Main/Advanced Course and Test Series
  • OFFERED PRICE: R 15,000
  • View Details
Get extra R 3,000 off
USE CODE: CART20

10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Touch the Pinnacle of Success in Exams!

Do you find yourself going blank when trying to answer a test item? Are you among those students who need to work upon their studying pattern?

If the answer to the above questions is yes then here are 10 scientifically proven tips to get those scores out of the gutter and into a more respectable place. So, before your next important exam, be sure to check out some of these tried and tested techniques to boost up your scores. These scientifically-proven strategies can efficiently improve memory, boost recall, and strengthen retention of information.

  • Revise before the clock takes another round and you are sure to summon it into your mind!

It is a scientifically proven fact that if after learning, the matter is revised within24 hours, you prevent yourself from forgetting up to 80% of what you learned. After a week it might take a few minutes to retain 100% of the info.

  • Change your décor!

Yes, you read it right! Research suggests that moving to a different room to study helps in better retention because,every time we move around, we force the brain to form new association with the same material which aids in improving the memory.

  • Retrospection can aid in cementing those long confusing formulae!

Research suggests that instead of studying by reading and rereading textbooks;use active recall pattern. This means, closing the book and reciting everything you can remember to cement long-term memorization.

  • Stop cycling through the same matter again and again: NO overlearning please!

Though you have revised your subject thoroughly, still you continue to study the same is called “overlearning.” Traditionally, we think that studying the same thing again and again is good but, researchers prove that there is a sharp onset of diminishing returns that quickly sets in during over-learning.

  • Try to weave your thoughts before chucking them into your brain!

Blind gobbling of concepts can be harmful. It has been scientifically proven that those who try to build up connections between thoughts tend to understand them better. Termed as contextual learning, it presents the information in the form that can be easily absorbed by the student. Thus, those who weave the concepts and form a picture of the same are bound to be successful.

  • Juggling between various tasks is a big NO!

“Multitasking” is really just “multidistracting.” Texting or instant messaging while studying can just kill your studying efficiency. Research provesthat multitasking inhibits studying by interrupting the amalgamation and processing of information.

  • Say yes to Tranquilizing

Research shows that chilling and relaxing between study sessions helps in better recall than cramming. Scientists speculate that stress that lasts as briefly as a couple hours can engage corticotropin-releasing hormones that disrupt the process of creating and storing memories. So taking study breaks to exercise or forother activities can lower your stress level.

  • Ditch Forced Study:

What if you don’t have enough time to study every day? A famous psychologist found that it’s better to study closer to the day you learned the material than to the same day of the test. So, if you learn something on Friday and the test is the following Friday, study no later than Wednesday.

  • Practice tests can help you touch those heights!

A recent study showed that students who tested themselves with past papers after learning something retained an amazing 50% more of the material a week later than their peers who did not take a test. So include practicing sample papers and past papers in your study routine.

  • Drilling can help you harness the power of your brain!

Physical exercise improves learning ability by growing new neurons and slowing cognitive decay. According to a famous researcher, exercise gets blood flowing to your brain more evenly and makes you more alert and more able to learn. Therefore, give your study a boost by breaking a sweat soon before you study.

Acquiring the best study skills can help you emerge successful. So, if you have a forthcoming exam, try out these tips to boost your score!

  • Complete AIPMT/AIIMS Course and Test Series
  • OFFERED PRICE: R 15,000
  • View Details
Get extra R 3,000 off
USE CODE: CART20