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Try the following study tips to maximize your effectiveness and minimize the time spent studying!
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Study Better (Not More) With These Simple Study Tips!

Try the following study tips to maximize your effectiveness and minimize the time spent studying!

Make a printout of this for my class orientation

What To Do With Your Course Syllabus ASAP - Society19

Make a printout of this for my class orientation

Here are the pros and cons for taking notes with a laptop vs. a notebook!

The Best Way To Take Notes: Laptop vs. Notebook | The University Network

Here are the pros and cons for taking notes with a laptop vs. a notebook!

7 Brilliant ways to start Any Presentation

7 brilliant ways to start any presentation

When you speak in front of an audience, you have about a minute to capture people's attention, establish credibility, and motivate them to listen.

7 Tips for Students to Beat Anxiety • Mind Globe

How to cope with anxiety and stress among college students.

Habits To Increase Productivity & Creativity • Mind Globe

This article deals with habits to increase productivity and boost creativity. There are simple step to follow if you want to change your habits in better.

Best Tips to Improve Yourself • Mind Globe

It is a set of suggestions, habits and tips to improve yourself and your life. It deals with meditation, reading, physical exercises, good habits and more.

How to Read a College Textbook | Don’t stress over massive amounts of reading. Try these tips!

How to Read Your Textbooks More Efficiently - College Info Geek

Don't be a textbook zombie. Companion blog post with notes, resource links, and the HabitRPG guild link: http://collegeinfogeek.com/how-to-read-a-textbook/ C...

Dehydration has long been known to slow physical performance. Now there's evidence that too little water can hurt cognitive performance, too, making complex thinking tasks harder.

Off Your Mental Game? You Could Be Mildly Dehydrated

Dehydration has long been known to slow physical performance. Now there's evidence that too little water can hurt cognitive performance, too, making complex thinking tasks harder.

This set of bookmarks will help your student remember how to use the highlighting system while reading, no matter what type of content.

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This set of bookmarks will help your student remember how to use the highlighting system while reading, no matter what type of content.