Just for fun, let’s pretend that this chapter is exam material and there is a test at the end.
Then I would give you the following advice:
Do not go to your lectures (here: read this chapter) BEFORE you have memorised the structure of this chapter.
The structure is usually also the content table.
Have a journey of 30 stages ready.
CLICK HERE for the content table.
Have a wild guess what comes next:
Place the items of the content table (in pictures) onto the journey.
And revise a couple of times.
A couple of pointers:
You may put two, even three items onto one stage.
CLICK HERE for a suggestion of what you could do.
(Hint: A and B means: those two items are on one stage.)
When you go into a lecture (or in our case: you read the following text on study skills) then you ALWAYS KNOW what is going on.
Because you have the structure in your head.
This will make life as a student very easy.
This is one of the key points of study skills.
And: This will make sitting exams very enjoyable, and your confidence will go stratospheric.