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EDU chapter 9 notes

by: Jessica Chambers

EDU chapter 9 notes ENG 101-870

Jessica Chambers
SUNY Oswego

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Notes for chapter 9 of Focus on College Success book.
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jessica Chambers on Thursday November 5, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to ENG 101-870 at State University of New York at Oswego taught by Melissa Ruth Webb (P) in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see Composition I in Foreign Language at State University of New York at Oswego.


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Date Created: 11/05/15
Jessica Chambers. November 5, 2015 EDU notes for Chapter 9 of Focus on College Success -If you cram before a test, you won’t remember what you studied, because you can only remember some things at once. You can’t try and remember everything at once. You’ll get much less out of it. -If you get to the point where you’re cramming, you start to get anxious. When you’re anxious, it’s harder for you to focus and remember things. -When you have built in anxiety, your memory shuts down. It’s like when you are physically hurt; your body goes into shock and shuts down. -You want the right amount of anxiety so it can help you be alert. Too much anxiety can cause you to stress out, freak out, and then shut down. You then start to get the feeling of hopelessness. -Cramming pushes you beyond your comfort zone. -Mocking things help us remember. -As humans, we’re built to tell stories. Stories help us connect things to each other and we can use it to remember things. -Acronyms can help you remember things too. -It’s good to work in groups as long as every individual has a part to say when studying. -Start including movements in your studying, to try to remember things. It can help you out. -You should experiment with your studying and try new different ways to help you study. -Do power poses before a test to help you relax and gain confidence.


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