Well, I'm not sure about chocolates but I've heard sents can help with recall so if you smell something while studying and then smell the same thing while taking a test then it can help you remember what you were studying. I've heard it recommended to suck on a pepermint while studying and then while taking a test but I guess chocolate could work too. It's just that a mint lasts longer than a chocolate.
I haven't heard this one - What I did hear is that for some reason letting kids chew gum during testing helped them concentrate and stimulated brain cells. I got special permission to let my special ed kids chew gum during tests as it was a school rule of not allowing it. I had to see them spit it out when we were done. Anyway it helped and so you could try that when studying.
Chocolate contains a neurotransmitter, serotonin, that acts as an anti-depressant. Other substances, such as theobromine and phenylethylamine, have a stimulating effect. I guess this stimulant can help stimulate the memory.
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