7 Secrets to Studying Better with ADHD
Learn faster. Retain more. Perform better on tests. Yes, really. With these research-based techniques for studying with ADHD, teens can do better on exams without pulling all-nighters.
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Thank you to this author and the website for this, RESEARCH-BASED article. ADHD kids are impacted in their short-term memory. Get that information into long-term memory by spaced practice, retrieval practice, and practice exams. Wish teachers were more familiar with these proven methods and provide sample exams and study outlines several days (not the common, night before) before a test. This not only helps the ADHD kids, it helps ALL kids. If it is important to be on the test, it is important to emphasize and teach in class.
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I did not know sugary drinks can be a secret tip for people to study better who have ADHD. I always thought that sugar was bad for you and puts you to sleep. I also thought studying before sleeping will make you forget everything the next day. I always studied before a test and thought that was the best way to keep information in because we take the test right after.
Seriously, I would like to thank the person or the team who wrote this blog page. I will give it a shot and see how it works out for me.