There are evidence-based techniques that can help you retain information for test day.
When you are preparing for the BOC exam, sometimes it’s easy to think, “If some studying is good, more is better, right?”
Unfortunately, our intuition can sometimes lead us astray.
We as students tend to spend more time doing things that are less effective, and we feel like we are actually accomplishing something. However, it is often counterproductive and gives us very limited benefit when it comes to long-term content retention.
There are evidence-based techniques that can help you retain information for test day. Most of these techniques were described by Harvard psychology professors as they instructed students on how to retain all of the content they needed to know for test day.
Some of the key tips include:
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