ROY HUYNH | B MEDICINE/B SURGERY (UNSW) | PUBLISHED ACADEMIC WRITER There is no "correct" method to studying. Everyone has their own unique method that works well for them. For me, it's pacing around the room and reciting information until it settles in my brain. I also don't use a desk or write notes, which is surprising to some people but it works for me. You should try out different methods and stick with the one that works for you. Another important thing about studying is patience. You are not going to understand everything in one go so take your time and never give up!
TO ALL YEAR 12 STUDENTS You are nearly at the finish line. Persist now and you'll have something to celebrate at the end. The biggest regret after you finish is knowing that you could've done better if you work harder now.