Do you agree with the advice given? Why/Why not?


1: It is impossible to find a single best study method.

I am certain that there is no method that can fit every individual. One aspect of learning style that can prove this is that each has their own favorite place and time to study. Some maybe prefer to learn after 10 pm when everybody is sleeping, but some like to wake up at 3 in the morning for a refreshing of mind. Or they like to study in a library, out in a park, or in the comfort of their own homes. Moreover, people can be auditory learners, someone preferring to learn by listening, visual learners, by seeing, or tactile/ kinesthesis ones, by doing.


2: if you know your study habits, it will validate your success.

I strongly believe that finding study habits that fit you is the first step to getting good marks. Cause these habits are important for developing your own best method that will make you more focused, easier to retain information and also many more positive effects.


3: You should study steadily rather instead of cramming in order to be successful.

As far as I am concerned, you should not cram, cause this will cause you mental exhaustion and is not as effective to preserve memory as steady studying. It is scientifically proven that short-term and consistent learning is better than a lengthy study session.


4: the likeliness of remembering information will increase if you connect information together, instead of just reading notes.

I have no doubt that connecting information together will increase the retention of information more than just reading notes. This is the way that your brain restores information, in that it put all connected information into a larger context, and when you want to recall something, you can imagine a situation similar to when you need to find a file in a cabinet that has several drawers, you need to find the drawer that holds it.


5:In order to study effectively, keep your brain concentrating by ensuring you get enough sleep.

As for me, I think that getting enough sleep keeps your brain awake during the day, enabling the ability to study. In my experience, whenever I don't get 8 hours of sleep, I will definitely not be in my right mind that day. I get tired often and it is hard to think straight.


Thanks a lot! Would you mind giving me some other reasons for these opinions?

1: It is impossible to find a single best study method.

I am certain that there is no method that can fit suit every individual. One aspect of learning style that can prove this is that each individual has their own favorite place and time to study. Some may be prefer to learn after 10 pm when everybody is sleeping, but some like to wake up at 3 in the morning for a with a refreshed ing of mind. Or they like Yet others prefer to study in a library, out in a park, or in the comfort of their own homes. Moreover, people can be auditory learners, someone preferring to learn by listening, visual learners, by seeing, or tactile/ kinesthesis learners. ones, by doing.

2: if you know your study habits, it will validate your success.

I strongly believe that finding suitable study habits that fit you is the first step to getting good marks, because these habits are important for developing your one’s own best method, and that will make you a learner more focused, and make it easier for them to retain information. and also many more positive effects.

3: You should study steadily rather instead of cramming in order to be successful.

As far as I am concerned, you should not cram, because this will cause you mental exhaustion and is not as effective to preserve memory for memorizing as steady studying. It is scientifically proven that short sessions -term and consistent learning is are better than a lengthy study sessions.

4: the likeliness of remembering information will increase if you connect information together, instead of just reading notes.

I have no doubt that connecting information together will increase the retention of information more than just reading notes. This is the way that your the brain restores information, in that it puts all connected information into a larger context, and when you want to recall something, you can imagine a situation similar to when you need to find a file in a cabinet that has several drawers; you need to find the drawer that holds it.

5:In order to study effectively, keep your brain concentrating by ensuring you get enough sleep.

As for me, I think that getting enough sleep keeps your the brain awake during the day, enabling the ability to which facilitates studying. In my experience, whenever I don't get eight hours of sleep, I will definitely not be in my the right frame of mind that day. I get tired often and it is hard to think straight.

Thank you so much. You are so kind.