How to Become Smarter: 12 Powerful Methods [Infographic]

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Have you ever asked yourself, "How do you become smarter?" or even "Can you become smarter?"

Well, science has studied these questions many times in many ways, and the answer is a resounding yes. There are ways to become smarter, and there are several habits and techniques you can do to (quite literally) increase your grey matter.

In fact, just knowing that it’s possible to become smarter and change the structure of your brain increases your ability to do so! A study conducted in 2007 tested 373 7th-graders and put them in two groups. One group was taught about how the brain changes when you learn and how your intelligence can be changed, and the other group felt that intelligence was not changeable –it’s a fixed trait that you are just born with.

The students in the first group (who learned that intelligence can be changed) showed great improvement in grades and test scores over the next two years, while those in the second group showed no improvement at all.

Take a look at some of the practices and habits to become smarter in the infographic below.

These are scientifically-backed techniques on how to become smarter that you can start implementing in your life today.


Practices and habits to become smarter

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