Concrete examples is another great way to study things. It is good with vocabulary or understanding complicated concepts. The attached website gives a great example of Concrete examples. Basically Concrete Examples are examples that are proven to accurately explain a subject. I use Concrete Examples to help me understand economics.
Interleaving is a great study method to use while studying different topics or different classes. In the attached article it explains how interleaving is used. for example if you are practicing for a sport and you practice one thing at a time you learn stuff at a normal rate and you forget it faster. But if you practice different things and keep revisiting them during your session you will have a way higher chance of learning the skill better and remembering it longer. I use this during wrestling practice, to polish my moves and to help me understand and learn different ones.
Spaced practice is a great way to study. Basically what you do is you space out all of your study sessions between days so that you are not cramming for a test. In this video it further explains the benefit of spaced practice and how to use it. I use Spaced Practice Every day during my daily study sessions that I have right after I finish homework for a class.
Chunking basically is when you put together info and group them together based on similarity of topic. Chunking works really well for me when i'm trying to learn info really quickly so that I can use it in anything, also it sets me up to be able to retrieve it later.
In this article it explains that retrieval practice is a type of studying that requires you to pull information from your brain and to remember things to relearn them better than before. Retrieval practice is my #1 method of studying. I use it almost everyday while studying for various things, like the sat, act, or my tests and quizzes in each of my classes.