Study Guide Guru!

Study Tips for Teens! :)

Visualize Information in Bizarre Ways!

Try drawing what you're trying to learn in a crazy way. This way, it will stick in your head more making it easier for you to remember. This is the same strategy people who make commercials use, because they want you to remember their little jingles and the funny things in the advertisement.


Change Your Study Environment!

If you want to remember more information, try studying in at least two different rooms. You should also find what environments you're studying in that help you learn the most information. Try a wide variety of environments and use the ones that help the most!


Use YouTube or TED.com

Set the text books down and use YouTube and Ted Talks to find your information in other ways. Using the information in multiple situations is one of the best things you can do while studying.


Teach a Friend!

One of the best things you can do is teach a friend, parent, or even your mirror. It makes you have to understand the subject from a deeper level, and it gets stuck in your head. Asking a teacher or a friend a question is always okay, but you need to know why something is the way it is, and how to make it that way.


Make It Into Your Own Story!

If you make your study guide into a story you'd tell to an eight-year-old, then you're more likely to be able to remember it. Making it into a simple story or song will help you remember the information, because everyone memorizes songs and stories better than facts.