I'm 16 and going into high school. I passed my 1st grade with an A average, but my second with B average (4 grades away from A). Anyhow, I wanted to ask someone to tell me how to study with best efficiency.
I've been meaning to read "Moon walking with Einstein" and "How to read a book", but since it was summer vacation, I wasn't so eager.
Anyhow, school has started now, so I ask you (someone who knows what he is saying) how to study with best efficiency.
When I go in the first shift (in the morning), I wake up, go to school, come home, stay a little while on my PC then take a nap (about 2 hours) and then take up books and review what I have done for the day. Then I go and exercise.
When I'm in the second shift (in the afternoon), I wake up, review and study a bit, eat lunch, go to school, go home, play on my computer and go to sleep.
So, my habits are irrelevant, but can someone tell me how to study with the best possible efficiency, so that I have time for a lot of other things?