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Tips for Online Course Study Success

Online courses are a great option for many reasons including the fact that you don’t have to show up in person to a class. Additionally, you can study wherever and whenever you like. Unfortunately many students face challenges achieving success when taking online...

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Textbook Reading Tip: Read Backwards

Textbooks are required for most every class. But who actually reads them entirely? Many students only read sections that are given for assignments, ignoring the rest. As a result, the whole picture is not being taken into consideration, leaving holes in your...

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Tips for Staying Focused in Class

Have you ever found yourself in the middle of a class, daydreaming about what you will do over the weekend or your next break? Or perhaps you are completely in a different world, imagining scenarios that would never come to fruition in...

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Memory Techniques for Test Prep

Have you ever worried that the moment you step foot into the exam hall that your mind will go completely blank? You aren’t alone. Fortunately, this fear is unlikely to come true. You would be surprised to know how much information comes...

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Try These Tips to Calm Down When Study Stress Strikes

College can be the best time of your life. Although you have lots of opportunity to learn new things, meet new people and experience life, student life has its drawbacks as well. For instance, you may find it to be incredibly stressful. Maybe...

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To-Do Lists Are Something You Should Do

 

Do you think making to-do lists is lame or just a waste of time? Well, don’t. Making to-do lists is one of the most important things you can do on a regular (or weekly) basis to improve your study sessions...

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Staying Focused While Studying

Studying isn’t the most fun thing in the world. That’s why the old joke is that you can’t spell studying without “dying.” When you’re studying, it’s very easy to get distracted. Things like Facebook, Instagram, and talking to friends are obvious distractions....

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Ways to Study When You Have A Visual Learning Style

People typically have one of five main learning styles—aural, physical or kinetic, verbal, logical, and visual. If you have a visual learning style, you learn best by seeing. Images, pictures, charts, graphs, diagrams, and videos are all the most useful tools when it comes...

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