Improve your Memory!

Dawson Williams

Don't Cram!

Try to create steady study sessions where you go over your material instead of cramming it the night before. It's been scientifically proven that this increases test scores.

Get Some Sleep!

Make sure that you get plenty of rest so that you can remember what you learned. The average teenager should try to get around 8.5 hours of sleep each night.

Mnemonic Devices

If you come up with a rhyme, song, or joke to help during your studying, you are more likely to remember that same tune during your test. An example is King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk, and is used when trying to remember the metric system.