What are some underrated study techniques a lot of students don't utilize?

As an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University, I studied computer science, operations research, and mathematics, as well as the usual chemistry, physics, and languages. From the summer of my freshman year, I held a paid, graduate-level teaching assistantship in computer science. That required really knowing the subject material.As a graduate student in a Ph.D. program at Cornell, I

What is your most effective study technique?

I like to chunk it: While learning something new, chunk it. A chunk is a self contained concept, easy to master, small enough to quickly memorize and easy to recall; essentially a set of neurons firing together. It could be Ohms