Pulling off all-nighters or cramming is no stranger to us. However, these study styles aren’t actually efficient in eating those chunks of information we need to pass our tests.
1. Distributed practice. Or basically have planned study sessions in chunks. Studies show that you best encode information in repeated short training sessions. This is because repeated short training sessions, spaced in time, engage multiple sets of synapses. It’s as if your brain is working at full power. So yes, if you want to become a successful student then you need to learn to be consistent in your studies and to have regular, yet shorter, study periods.
2. Use flashcards. Flashcards engage in “active recall”. In other words, you are attempting to remember the concept from scratch rather than simply staring at the passage in your textbook or recognizing it on a multiple choice quiz.
first of all, i lOVE your art!!! it's so pretty and distinctive and aesthetically pleasing, your jaydick stuff gives me life. secondly, for the voltron art prompt: sweet, angsty klance?? lance is the light of my life tbqh
first, thank you for saying such nice things about my art. :)
second, here is some klance for you. i don’t know what happened, but keith got beat up. or more likely, beat himself up beating on someone else.