copy and paste essays and graded work into Google Translate then click the audio button to get it read the content back to you with headphones
Make a list of topics on the exam, evaluate your familiarity with them, and then develop a study plan based on that
Have a minimalistic and clear workspace. It's much easier to work when you have the space to spread out and have very few distractions at arm's reach. Cultivate a workspace where you feel at ease and can focus.
After you finish the section after, go back to the first section and try to summarize it again, but make the summary shorter. As you continue to do this as you finish more sections, you'll be cementing the key concepts in your brain.
When I don't feel productive I always go for quick shower and a cold days of water. It always makes me feel refreshed and ready to fight the battles of work!
A studytip that helps me if you're trying to memorize something; particulary the steps to something, is come up with motions for each step. Getting your body involved can help you memorize.
Study on the go - tiny cards or quizlet
Talk to yourself
Use browner extension to block distracting websites while doing on your computer!
keep a bookmark folder of things that motivate you/are the reasons why you're studying so when you're in a working slump you can browse through the links really quickly and center yourself again. I like to keep mine small and only things I know will truly motivate me, like a link my dream school's home page, a blog post about the career I am working towards, a really meaningful qutoes ~
Move while reading your notes. This works, when you are getting sleeply at night and there's one chapter: a few squatsor jumping jack's may keep you awake ana alert
Don't be afraid to ask for help
Find someone who's willing to spend up to an hour listening to you "teach" them about a thing, and once mastered the masterial, teach it to them.