Tag: how to study

Video: Top Study Tips

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Joe answers three common questions about studying to help you transition from your high school textbooks to your (much thicker) college textbooks. read more

5 Effective Study Tips for the Chronic Procrastinator

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

You've procrastinated...again! But don't worry. These five tips will help you to get through the night, ace your test, and establish better study habits in the future. read more

How to Study for Each Section of the ACT

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Studying for the ACT can be a really daunting and boring task. How do you prepare for a test with multiple sections when there's no specific chapters or lessons to study from? Well, it can be done...here's how. read more

My 10 Favorite Study Tips

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

One high school student shares her favorite tried-and-true study tips to help benefit you and your GPA. read more

A Good Student's 3-Step Guide to Studying

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Although studying may seem like madness, there is a method to it. Here's one student's broken down in three steps. read more

5 College Study Tips That Will Make Your Life Easier

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Student, Occidental College

Every student needs to learn how to study and manage their time in college. Use these tips to get ahead of the curve. read more

9 Weird Test Prep Techniques That Actually Work

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Managing Editor, Peterson's & EssayEdge

These nine study techniques seem relatively outlandish, but they're for real! read more

5 Study Smart Tips

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Vice President, General Manager, Digital, McGraw-Hill Higher Education

You know how to study--at least, you know how to study in the context of high school. But college is a whole new ball game, and you'll need to develop a new set of study skills. Luckily, we have some insider advice for taking your study habits to the major leagues. read more

How can I develop an effective study routine?

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We know that students learn differently and therefore study differently, but we also know that by taking the necessary steps to study more efficiently and effectively they can maximize their own potential and performance. read more

How do I multitask in high school and college?

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Almost all high school or college students consider themselves to be expert multitaskers. They insist they can talk on the phone, type an assignment, read, and listen to television or radio at the same time. Well, they can do all of these things, but they aren't doing them well. read more