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19 articles tagged with "study skills"

How to Make Studying for Standardized Tests Fun

We know, we know. Studying for standardized tests is never going to really be fun, but these ideas can certainly make it more enjoyable to get through.

High School Student

Breaking Bad Habits From Vegetation to Procrastination

Take heed of this cautionary yet all-too-relatable tale of bad study skills, unhealthy habits, and dorm-room a few tips on how to turn things around.

Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

6 Quick Tips for Better Reading Comprehension

Students do a lot of reading in high school and college! Here are six tips to help improve your reading comprehension for tests and assignments.

Freelance Writer

8 Tips for Finding Balance in College

Hi, overwhelmed, overworked, overtired college student. How are you holding up?

President and Founder, SMW Group LLC; Author, B is for Balance, 12 Steps Toward a More Balanced Life at Work and at Home

How Can I Improve My Grades With a Learning Disability?

Getting through school with learning differences is hard. Here's some advice from someone who gets it about overcoming academic obstacles and improving grades.


How Can I Help Students Thinking of Dropping Out of High School?

Dropping out of high school is a big deal, and ensuring students stay in school is crucially important. Here's some expert advice on helping these students.

Former Writer and Senior Editor, CollegeXpress

5 Keys to Unlocking a Successful School Year

The team at New Frontiers in Learning offers some advice to help the parents of students with learning differences prepare their children for a successful school year.

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How to Improve Your Time Management and Study Skills

College is full of fun stuff like study groups, practices, last-minute trips...and classwork! Worried about fitting it all in? This college expert can help!

Educational Consultant, Author

How Do I Get Better at Multitasking as a Student?

Multitasking is a skill most students want to master due to all their responsibilities. But how can they do it better? One expert has a surprising answer.


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