What is the best way to remember what you read?
For school I am reading this science book on human anatomy. It is an in depth course and I am having a very difficult time remembering and understanding what I read. Even if I read the chapter two or three times, the small details that I am tested on just do not seem to stick.
My question is What are your study techniques?
I want to know what is the best way to remember what I read, the first time I read it. To sort of study, while I read it. So that when I actually study for the test I know the material well.
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I’m in AP Biology and AP History so what I do is read different sections a day and take notes over each section so it doesn’t get mixed up. I also read aloud and memorize the vocab words.
There are certain techniques like reading many examples of the word being used will help you remember it. According to the web site http://www.improvingvocabulary.org, making up your own examples can also improve your memory of words by 670%.