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Study Methods
Do you study best alone? In a group? Are you bothered by noise? Need frequent breaks? Everybody is different. By improving your study methods, you can improve your homework scores and test grades. 3 Way and 3 Day Study Strategy

Looking for the most effective way to study for a test? Use this study method to make the information stick! 10 Great Study Habits
It is never too late to develop great study habits. If you're starting a new school year, or you just want to improve your grades and school performance, take a look at this list of good habits and start making some changes in your routine.

5 Bad Study Habits
Have you ever wondered how you can bomb a test after studying for hours? This can be an awful experience, because a poor test result after many hours of faithful studying is a real confidence buster! If this happens to you, it s possible that your current study habits are falling short. The process of learning is still a little mysterious,... Shrinking Outline Study Method

Students are encouraged to use outlines to study test material. The problem is that students make their outlines too long, and they become ineffective. Taking Class Notes
Good class notes are essential to good study skills. If you study bad notes, it's pretty clear that you won't perform very well on tests. But what are good notes? Good notes capture the most important facts and enable you to understand how every fact fits into a larger puzzle. Homework Contract

Is homework time a stressful time at your house? If so, you might benefit from creating a homework contract. It can eliminate the miscommunications that become arguments in many homes. How to Flunk a Class

There are a few things that every failing student has in common. If you really want to flunk out of a class, all you have to do is pick up a few of these bad habits. Map Quiz Tips
What is the best way to study for a map quiz? The best method may depend upon your individual learning style. Shorthand for...
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