This week’s study tip is to make flashcards! Using flashcards is an effective way to study. All you need is index cards, which you can always make just by using paper!
On one side, write down the word or event or just any important part of whatever you're studying. For example, if you're studying for history, you could write down Alexander Hamilton.
Then, on the opposite side of the index card, write down a few main points about that person or event! An example of this part is that I could write that Alexander Hamilton created the bank, and he took part in a duel with Aaron Burr.
The next step is to actually use the flashcard! Memorize both sides, and associate the words with their definitions. Then, quiz yourself or have a pal quiz you!
Using flashcards is a great way to prepare for a test or quiz.