Studying Hard Efficiently

Introduction: Let’s first see what is study efficiently. (Not to be confused with Aetna Inc.!). Essentially the best results with: a minimum of effort, resources that you have and using the shortest possible time. What you need to study efficiently? Firstly, I want to tell you that anyone who is in full possession of their mental faculties can study and do it efficiently. Now, let’s see what you need or perhaps already have in part: the place where you study invites you to do so. Ideally it is silent; comfortable; you have everything within reach (pens, pencils, rules, dictionary, notes, books,); with good light; and so on. Driving with fluency techniques: memorizing, storing in your memory all you need, with little effort, in a funny way and in a short time fast reading, to save time and serve information in tray to step on memorizing study, management of time and productivity, to get the maximum out of your moments of reading, memorizing, review and a study in general relaxation, to enter a State of maximum productivity and concentration display (of your fulfilled objective). Very important to always keep in mind what you get once you pass the test or exam that you are preparing. Your motivation is high, which costs very little keep at that level if you apply visualization techniques you’re creative, so you solve the dificultatdes with which you are (in an original manner) you are emotionally stable, so you can focus all your efforts on the task you have ahead without thinking most of the time about something negative which reduces your energy have a high self-esteem, which facilitates the work of all the aforementioned in short: the only thing that you need to study efficiently is knowing how do and have resources at your fingertips if you don’t have any of the previous two still can all the results you want. That Yes, will cost you more (much more in some cases) unless you learn and put into practice concepts such as those listed above. Mind map for the article (click to access the full map): original author and source of the article.