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Best (and Worst) Ways to Study for a Test


Want to ace a school exam or bone up for a work presentation? Forget the highlighter, and make yourself some flashcards instead.

That’s the upshot of a recent report in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The authors—a team of distinguished researchers led by John Dunlosky, PhD, of Kent State University—weighed the evidence for 10 simple learning strategies. Here’s what they found.

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