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our brain can potentially memorize 2.5
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petabytes of information which is
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roughly the equivalent of 3 million
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hours of YouTube videos in order to use
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some of that staggering capacity a
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little more effectively when you learn
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here are some tips that are based on
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widely accepted research by
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neuroscientists and learning experts
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spaced repetition to maximize your
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learning studies short but often
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neuroscientists proved that synapses the
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million billion connectors in your brain
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that make you remember and understand
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stuff grow mainly at night when you were
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asleep this means that it is more
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productive to study regularly with
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sleeping breaks in between try it
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practice something for 15 minutes every
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day and you’ll be surprised by your
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progress within just weeks find your own
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style while listening to the history
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teacher
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Tom scribbles images and jane finishes
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one kilo of nuts some enjoy watching
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videos over reading books others study
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with friends and some like sitting in
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silence among a million books everybody
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is different
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good night’s sleep sleep and dreams are
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vital to processing and storing new
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information a Harvard study showed that
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students who had a good night’s sleep
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remembered their study materials that if
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I present better than those who studied
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in the morning to take a test in the
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evening focus if you tend to
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procrastinate which means that you tend
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to switch from doing something hard like
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studying maths to something easy like
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browsing the web protect yourself from
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distraction one way of doing this is to
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shut down your mobile phone or go to a
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quiet place like a library Pomodoro
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Technique set a timer to 25 minutes when
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you focus entirely on your studies when
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the timer rings relax for five minutes
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if you want to continue just set the
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timer again the small breaks in between
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are relaxing and motivating to keep
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going hard stuff first do the things
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that are difficult first because if you
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align most people you have the strongest
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willpower in the morning once you were
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done with the hard stuff you will feel
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better for the rest of the day and
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probably more motivated to get other
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things done exercise meditate and
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converse there are few activities proven
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to grow your brain however physical
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exercise regular meditation and good
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conversations apparently do exactly that
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they lead to the creation of new neurons
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inside your brain and therefore grow its
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potential go places you can create
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deeper memories of a subject by learning
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in a richer environment that offers more
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visual clues in an experiment two groups
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of students had to remember random words
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one group changed the classroom while
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studying the other didn’t the group that
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studied in two different rooms one was
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small and windowless the other big and
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bright was 40% more likely to recall the
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words later
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take funds seriously whatever it is find
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a fun way to practice modern learning
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science believes that positive emotions
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are very important for increasing your
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learning potential so do yourself a
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favor and have a good time
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space your studies in order to remember
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things for a longer time
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repeat the material in spaced intervals
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facts or vocabularies for example a best
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learned if you review them the first
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time one to two days after the initial
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study and then again after one week and
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after one month 30% read 70% recite if
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you have one hour to learn to recite a
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poem or prepare for a speech spend 20
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minutes of the time on studying the text
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and 40 minutes on practicing to recite
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this ratio usually leads to the best
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results in the case of an emergency
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put a glass of water next to you take a
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sip whenever you lose it instant
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self-test after you study finish up with
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a quick quiz immediate recall in the
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form of a test or a short summary on
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what you’ve just learned can increase
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retention by as much as 30% because it’s
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much harder for your brain to reflect
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them to read that extra effort creates
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deeper traces in your memory don’t force
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it
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motivation is like hunger you cannot
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force yourself to be motivated just like
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you can’t tell someone else to be hungry
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so if you are not hungry right now don’t
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worry take a break and do something else
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you

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