As Will Durant famously said, “Knowledge is the eye of desire and can become the guiding master of the soul.” The human mind is a powerful tool that continues to learn from the moment of birth until the end of life. Did you know that the rate of emergence of new information doubles every six months? And that most of what you learn today will become out of date in just a couple of years? Therefore, effective study is a vital process, and in this article, we have collected some important hints for effective study on scientific grounds.

Believe in Yourself: The Key to Success

According to Kevin Ball, author of the distinguished book “Study Smarter, Not Harder”, becoming a better learner only requires three things: the desire to improve, belief in oneself, and the discovery of a magical toolbox. As Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent sweat and effort.” With trillions upon trillions of cells in your mind, a hundred billion brain cells in your thinking mind, and an estimated twenty thousand neural connections between brain cells, the human mind is capable of extraordinary abilities.

Preparing the Mind and Study Environment

The mind is like an umbrella; it does not work unless it is open. Therefore, preparation is the most important part of the learning process. It includes preparing the study place, making it comfortable and positive, checking the lighting, and keeping everything within your reach. It also includes preparing your mind to remember, setting goals for studying, and searching for information with the intention of passion and curiosity.

Studying in Three Basic Stages

Studying has three basic stages: registration, retention of information, and recall. Divide the study into chapters and set a schedule for review. Review after 10 minutes, then after 24 hours, then after a week, then after a month. You can guarantee that you will remember the information by 400 percent.

Time Management and Looking Ahead

There are no tickets for more than an hour; take a 10-minute rest to let your brain regain its activity. Use this time wisely to study, and practice time management to divide and conquer. Use mind maps to summarize information, and practice quick reading instead of pictorial reading. During the exam period, avoid reviewing an hour before the exam. After the exam, take a break and then move on to the next subject. Test yourself several times before the exam, and give yourself feedback to fix your mistakes.

Unlock the Power of Your Mind

The human mind is an amazing tool that has four wavelengths of the wave patterns, three brains in one mind, seven types of intelligence, and two aspects of the higher mind. By studying with ease and acumen, you can unlock the extraordinary mental abilities and package of tools available to you. Therefore, study with intelligence, not effort and fatigue. As the saying goes, whoever seeks the highest uses the tools and studies with intelligence.