Study strategies or study skills are approaches applied to learning. They are generally critical to success in school, considered essential for acquiring good grades, and useful for learning throughout one's life. The term “study skills” is used for general approaches to learning, skills for specific courses of study. There are many theoretical works on the subject, and a vast number of popular books and websites. Manuals for students have been published since the 1940s.
There are arrays of study skills formed by our students inside and even in every university which may ...view middle of the document...
More broadly, any skill which boosts a person's ability to study and pass exams can be termed a study skill, and this could include time management and motivation. Study skills are not done just to excel academically, but also to discipline the students.
What students should know is they cannot imitate their friend’s study skills when they actually have different ways of study. Human’s brain does not function in the same way. Briefly, most important thing they should know is to be comfortable studying in their own ways and learn the things they should do and should not do while studying. One of the study skills is the thinking method. Everybody has thinking skills, but few use them effectively. Effective thinking skills cannot be studied, but must be built up over a period of time. Good thinkers see possibilities where others see only dead-end.
These are types where we can classify any of the study skills practiced by students, types having their own flow, procedures and system:
1. Methods based on communication skills
2. Methods based on cues
3. Methods based on condensing information, summarizing and the use
4. Methods based on visual imagery
5. Methods based on acronyms and mnemonics
6. Methods based on exam strategies
7. Methods based on time management, organization and lifestyle changes