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Study: Developing Your Memory, Study, and Test-Taking Skills

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Transcript of Study: Developing Your Memory, Study, and Test-Taking Skills

STUDY:
Developing Your Memory, Study, and Test-Taking Skills

Memory
Sensory- stores information gathered from the five senses- taste, touch, smell, hearing and sight

Short-Term-active/working memory, holds information for a short amount of time.

Long-Term- information you have heard often, use often and that you see often...you have determined it necessary and/or important
Visualization Techniques
VCR3
Studying
How to study with distractions

Studying in a crunch- "cramming"

Study Groups and Supplemental Instruction


Study Strategies
Pre-test strategies- be organized, review notes, textbook, attend review sessions, form study groups, ask questions

Overview, schedule, and study

Learning style and learning strategies- match study strategies with the way you learn
Test-Taking Strategies
Overcoming test anxiety
"Dispute the Belief" method
Specific strategies for specific subjects

Test preparation
Quick- time response
Lag-time response
No-response
Visualizing- mind's eye
Concentrating- stay focused
Relating- associations
Repeating- repeat
Reviewing- remember
Mnemonic Devices
Memory tricks that help put information into your long-term memory

Bizarreness
Jingle/Rhymes
Sentences
Words
Acronyms
Pegging
Chapter Reflection
Memory- types and characteristics
Memory strategies
Study Skills and strategies
Overcoming Test Anxiety
Test-taking skills and strategies
http://nctc.edu/StudentServices/SupportServices.aspx
Matching Questions
True/False Questions
Multiple-choice Questions
Short-answer Questions
Essay Questions
Online Exams
Types of Test Questions
Homework:
Choose one study strategy from the list below (or develop your own), research and be prepared to "teach" your classmates how to use the technique :






Subheadings
Test Taking Strategies
Long-Term Memory
SQ3R
Short-Term Memory
Mnemonics
Sensory Memory
Pegging
Sleep and Study
Predicting Exam Questions
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