According to a 2010 paper published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, the production effect suggests that information that is read aloud is easier to recall than information that is read silently. When you are studying you should identify the most important points and read them aloud. Apparently a whisper is ok if you are sitting in the Library. It doesn't work if you read all of your notes aloud because your brain doesn't differentiate between the important information from the rest.
If you find yourself unexpectedly pregnant, take a deep breath, then look up one of these support organisations. Let me know if I've missed one.
Brave Foundation - for pregnant teens
Pregnancy Problem House - Western Australia
Pregnancy Help Australia
Genesis Pregnancy Support - South Australia
Diamond Women - New South Wales
The Babes Project - Victoria
According to psychologist, Karen Young, exercise releases important brain chemicals and hormones that actually help us learn and study. These include brain-derived neurotophic factor (BDNF), serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine. You don't have to spend hours at the gym, 25-30 minutes a day can help. Try walking, running, cycling, skipping, dancing, rollerblading, rollerskating, swimming or an online class if you're in isolation. Read more at https://www.heysigmund.com.