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Unformatted text preview: embered. Don’t forget to condense and summarize information. • Ask Questions – continually. Move beyond rote memory by making sure you understand what you are memorizing. • Create Graphics Maps or graphic organizers force you to make clear the relationship among ideas. They also force you to create a few signal words, important for retrieval of information. • Review, Repeat, Rehearse in writing as well as in your head. Have you ever felt well prepared foe a test but did poorly? It might be that you were not able to communicate it quickly in writing – even though you rehearsed it in your head. • Space your review/distribute your practice Spaced study is more efficient, prevents forgetting, and small amounts at a time means better storage in long‐term memory. • Over­learn Continue practicing the material. Repetition of the information helps your speed, accuracy, and gives you more confidence....
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This document was uploaded on 03/17/2014 for the course ART HIST 6A at UCSB.

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