How can you learn faster?

Celestine C.
The way I can learn faster is through engagement in any of the material I am learning. I have to find different ways to approach it and make sure I am interpreting it in my own way instead of memorizing it. I must carve out time for it so that I’m the long run I’ll already have the ground work done to apply my knowledge.

Seth O.
By focusing and asking if you didn't undersrand .. and by learning in a enjoyable way

Ed P.
You can't learn faster!
I try to read a lot📚
And watch YouTube videos of science , because my favourite subject is science try to find your subject, if you already founded your favourite subject try to learn everything about that subject and then you can go step by step learning faster in every subject🙋

Rebecca U.
You just have to set a time when your free and read listen and reveiw every day so I go for forty five minutes them a fifteen minute break

C Me Y.
I think it makes a huge difference if you are interested in what you're learning, so try to find something that makes you want to get the information for fun. Also try to connect the new information to as many already known facts as you can. For example if you want to learn a new word in Italian, try to connect it to the words you know already from other languages or from Italian.

Regina E.
Well I have two answers because you could mean learning as in school learning or you could mean learning habits…

1.Well if your talking about learning like in school then you can:
1. Talk through the lesson with a peer
2. Use Quizlet (online)
3. Make connections like where else can you see what you are learning being used?

2. If you talking about learning habits then:
1. Prep for it ahead of time
2. Think about what your doing while doing it so it sticks.
3. Set reminders until it becomes second nature.

Maddison F.
Good question. I'm not a fast learner so I can't help you to learn faster. I can tell you to make sure you're focused completely on what ever it is you're trying to learn during your study session (no checking your phone lol). And the do short (maybe 5 minutes) reviews periodically throughout the day. If you have a problem you don't understand, plan a time to focus solely on that problem or like problems. A lot of times we move forward with only a vague understand of the answer. Probably not the best idea if mastery of the subject is the priority.

Franklin E.
In my case, I am learning a new language, so I am using an app to support my process and every morning before, leave the bed I take at least one new lesson or reinforce the previous.

Wyatt C.
By doing active learning instead of passive learning. reading and watching lectures and copying directly is passive. Figuring things out, paraphrasing notes, and synthesizing information will help it stick

Ingelore U.
Learning is a combination of transfer and practice. First it is important to determine what learning style suits your brain. Sometimes that is a combination of learning styles. Once you understand something you must out it to practice. This will increase the amount you retain and therefore you can move towards a new learning goal, hence learning faster and more efficiently.

Lee C.
Repeating material multiple times increases the time you remember it. Clenching you left first while studying and clenching your right when using it has been proven to work.

Brooke O.
I believe practice makes purpose. For instance when learning a language, if you practice everyday, you’ll understand how the language works and you’ll be able to translate the gist of sentences whether or not you know all of the words. Practice and consistency are the only way really to improve cognitive functions.