7) Say It in Your Own Words
Language can act as both a bridge as well as barrier. When you mechanically by-heart a formula or a principle, then it might be difficult to reproduce during exams and you may be deprived to apply such formula when required. Grasping can be easy only when the underlying concept is understood properly. The Archimedes principle to find out the weight of the body reads as: the weight of the body immersed is equal to the amount of water displaced. If you understand, you can compare it with Physical balance device used in physics lab and you can master in the concept of weight measurement. Just memorizing may help to crack the exams but not necessarily helps to be successful in competition.