Should you cram for exams?

Do you cram for exams? Do you typically spend hours cramming the night before?

We have all had instances in our lives where we have fallen behind in our studies, or we just plain procrastinate and leave our studying until the last minute.  It may work for you, but it’s certainly not the best use of your time. The answer?

Spaced training.

Our brain will store information longer if it’s given time to process it between study periods.

Remember, a few minutes spent studying every day is better than a week of neglect followed by an hour or two of intensive work. Two study periods with time between them can render twice as much learning than a single session of the same length.

It even works with animals too, so remember that the next time you are trying to get Fido to fetch a stick.

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