Answered By: Shawna Burtis
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2021     Views: 11

Re-reading is a common study strategy. However, it’s not the most efficient—or even the most effective—study method. Combined with Reading Skills to Set Yourself Up for Success and Alternatives to Highlighting, these post-reading tips can save time and help you remember what you read.

Coordinator the Undergraduate Peer Mentor Program, member Emily Bruey shares her tips for reading to remember in part 3 of a three-part series on Reading Skills

Reading Skills Part 3 Blog Post

Reading Skills Part 3: Read to Remember (Blog)

Other Posts in this Series

Reading Skills Part 1: Setting Yourself Up for Success

Reading Skills Part 2: Alternatives to Highlighting

 

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