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Studying Tips – How To Ace Your Test First Time Every Time

May 23, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

How much easier would life be if we already knew what was going to be on the next test or exam? No more time spent stressing and worrying, no more cramming a year’s worth of work into one day of super study and no more sleepless nights.


Studying Tips: Eliminate Distractions Using The Two Minute Rule

May 23, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

We can all agree that the ability to use your time smartly, be incredibly productive when studying, and having sound organizational and time management skills are tremendously important elements of being successful in your studies.

Studying Tips – How To Easily Achieve Your Goals

May 22, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Goal Setting

Question without notice: What and why are you trying to accomplish in your life? Just think about it for a moment. What and why. This is a really key question for all of us. The first step in achieving an ambition is establishing what the ambition is and also understanding why you want to achieve it. Often we know what we want to achieve (like get better grades – especially in Math – or lose some weight) but we don’t have the right reason to back it up. So, what is your goal and why do you want to achieve it?

Five Procrastination Techniques That Will Help You Get Better Grades

May 22, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

What do you do when you’re at home and need to get some study or some other work done? Do you do it? When there is no one watching over you and keeping you accountable what do you do? Do you do what you’re supposed to be doing? Or do you do some things that you’re not supposed to be doing? And in case you’re wondering yes Facebook is one of those things!

Learn How To Study Effectively By Significantly Improving Your Memory Recall Through Chunking

May 21, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

Have you ever heard of chunking? No, not chunky, chunking! Chunking is the process of putting the information you need to know into categories, clusters or hierarchies. By doing this it (in theory) will make it much easier for you to recall all the information you need to remember. This memory technique is quite simple to use and it will quickly transform your ability to remember lots of data and information if used correctly.

Studying Tips – Motivate Yourself To Study

May 19, 2013 | Author: | Posted in MOTIVATIONAL

Lack of motivation is the most common reason that things don’t get done. If you’ve ever lacked the motivation to do something you know the feeling I’m talking about. The loss of interest, the tiredness, the boredom – it’s all related to the feeling that you have “no motivation”. But worse still is the feeling that you also don’t know what to do about it. But there’s no need to fret, it happens to everyone at some point!