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Study Tips

Study Tips for VCE
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alyshia green

on 29 May 2014

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The Three Stages of Good Note taking
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Taking Notes
All good study techniques Start with
good note taking Habits
Knowing how to take good notes will improve your ability to study more effectively.
How Can I Study More Effectively
Stage 2
Stage 1
Preparing an Effective Place to Study
Relaxation/Self-care
Study tips for V.C.E
Get ready to take notes (Before Class)
Review your notes from previous lessons – Complete all assignments and readings before class – Bring all needed
materials to take notes

Taking notes (During Class)
Keep your focus on the teacher
Listen for signal statements like:
Most importantly
Remember that…
Be sure to include….

Write quickly • Use abbreviation • Place a “?” by things you are not sure about
Stage 3
After class rewrite your notes Change abbreviations to complete words Change symbols into words Change shorter sentences to more complete sentences Answer any “?” you had in your notes
10 Study Habits of Successful Students

Try not to do too much studying at one time•
Plan specific times for studying•
Try to study at the same times each day•
Set specific goals for your study time•
Start studying when planned•
Work on the assignments or materials that are the most difficult first•
Review notes before beginning an assignment•
Eliminate distractions during study time•
Call another student for assistance when needed•
Review schoolwork over the weekends

The “Study Place” should always be available to you•
The “Study Place” should be free from interruptions•
The “Study Place” should be free from distractions•
The “Study Place” should have all of the materials on hand that are needed to study•
The “Study Place” should have a large enough desk or table•
The “Study Place” should have a large storage area available•
The “Study Place” should have a comfortable chair•
The “Study Place” should have enough light•
The “Study Place” should be kept at a comfortable temperature
Study Timetable


1. Practice focusing on the positive things in life that make you feel good.

2. Surround yourselves with people who you enjoy spending time with.

3. Dedicate some free time to healthy activities


4. Talk to yourself like you would talk to a best friend, not an enemy.


5. If you need to talk to someone you can always call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 - there's always someone waiting to listen and it's free from landlines and mobile phones.

Maths
Lunch
Food tech
Recess
Forensics
Home time
Basketball
Training

Dinner
English
Lunch
Maths
Recess
SPORT
Home time
Home time
Home time
Home time
Recess
Recess
Recess
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
fREE tIME/RELAX
fREE tIME/RELAX
Coles shift
Coles shift
Legal studies
English
Forensics
sport
Food Tech
English
Mentoring
English
Forensics
Homework

Club
fREE tIME/RELAX
fREE tIME/RELAX
Legal
3pm
Forensics
What are study Skills?


Study Skills are strategies and techniques that enable you to make the most efficient use of your time, resources and academic potential.
For example: Organisation skills/ Preparation/Timetables/Time Management

Many students think that being a good student means just showing up for classes, taking a few notes, reading the textbooks, and studying right before the tests. However, learning, like many other activities, involves a complex set of skills that require practice. For example, if you wanted to become a good basketball player, you would have to learn how to dribble, pass, shoot, rebound, be a team player, etc., and you would have to practice these individual skills over and over in order to improve them
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Sport
Maths
Maths
English
Legal Studies
Psychology
SAC due
SAC due
Complete outstanding
tasks for SAC
Read chapter’s 10 & 11
Revise my notes
SAC due
SAC Due
Revise my notes
revising for exams
Create a study plan

Allow enough time for each subject

Employ the one and a half rule

Ensure adequate study breaks!!


Be Organised!

Limit your blocks to a 2 hour max –
preferably 1½ hours before you break,
then come back to a different subject.



Study at a regular time


Always make time to….

Eat small frequent meals
Avoid lollies and sugary foods
Eat more protein and less carbohydrate
Limit your caffeine intake!
Caffeine is a stimulant
and will increase your heart
rate and then you come down
from the effect and feel sluggish.

Say Goodbye to Junk Food

Make yourself get up to eat or snack
Eat in the kitchen or in a part of the room away from your desk.
Only eat when you are physically hungry

Snack foods

Regular breaks to stretch are really beneficial.
Stretching causes us to breath deeply hence increasing oxygen to the brain

Stretch at your Desk



Most important meal of the day!

EAT BREAKFAST




Foods high in fibre

Foods that will make you feel full for longer

Foods that release glucose into the blood stream over a longer period of time
Water should be an important part of your day.
Drink at least 2 litres – 8 cups.
Keep a drink bottle beside you.
Stop every hour to go and get a drink


Drinks lots!

Choose low glycaemic foods -GI <55
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