10 Secrets to Studying Smarter with ADHD
Research shows that students with ADHD don't need to study harder or longer to conquer exams — they just need to study differently. Here's how.
Shelve the Textbook
Reading is a challenging way for the ADHD brain to learn. It's passive, like learning to play basketball by watching your coach play. The best way to study is to make a practice test. Try to predict what your teacher may ask on the exam: Look over your study guide, pull out old quizzes, find important notes, and ask classmates what they think is important. Then create a practice test.