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How to Study and Take Notes from a Textbook

How to Study and Take Notes from a Textbook

7 tips to help students learn how to take notes from a textbook so they can more effectively and efficiently read, understand and remember the information.

10 Cool and Useful Life Hacks for Students

10 Cool and Useful Life Hacks for Students

Photo credit: The MetaIt may be a little early to be thinking about school again, unless you're taking summer session, but it's always good to have a few new tricks up your sleeves for the homework and exams that await you. These 10 cool and useful life hacks will help you do just that. Click here t

in need of a saving grade

in need of a saving grade

studying for bio mocks can probably cause my brain to burst

A DIY Planner using the discbound ARC system

Planner Peek: Stephanie

A DIY Planner using the discbound ARC system

Back to School: Supplies {To see the full post go to www.classycathleen.blogspot.com}

Back to School: Supplies

Hey Y'all, Here is the first post in my Back to School series! I am very excited about this series.. I know a fair amount of my readers are still in school, so I felt like this series would be an appropriate and fun series to put together. For the first post, I will be talking about basic supplies for school. I hope that you enjoy this post:) When you're younger and in Elementary or Middle School, you get pretty straight forward supply lists. everything from scissors with a 6" blade to an 8…

How to Stay Organized | MichellePhan.com

How to Stay Organized - Michelle Phan

With summer coming to a close, it’s time to rethink priorities – either you’re just getting into the swing of things with school or kicking it into high gear at work after a summer of travel or possibly other interruptions. The truth is, staying organized is never as easy as it looks, even if you’re …

Remember Better: Active Recall | Study-Hack

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To remember new information better, we have to look at studying at a more biopsychological level. When new information enters our brain, it is first processed in the working memory. This type of memory is not very big- with it we only remember things for about 30 seconds. Example: when you do a math problem, … … Continue reading →

How to get good grades in college: The 10 tips you must know!

How to Get Good Grades in College - Society19

How to get good grades in college: The 10 tips you must know!

How to be productive and healthy: get enough sleep, exercise, go to a park, take breaks during the day.

Identify and Avoid Signs of Burnout with This Infographic

We've discussed how dangerous burnout can be and what you can do about it in the past, but if you need a simple refresher, this infographic from the folks at The Simple Dollar does a great job of distilling the basics into an easy to read visual.