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Study Tips: The Feynman Technique

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Study Tips: The Feynman Technique

...tutor or a community mentor. This forces you to learn about a topic more deeply and share that knowledge with others. Interested in learning about other study tips so you can be a better student or lifelong learner? Check out our Study Tips page to learn more. 95061 95067 95064...

Study Tips: The Pomodoro Technique

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Study Tips: The Pomodoro Technique

...when he used a tomato-shaped kitchen timer to break up his study sessions. Since then, many have used his technique, and it’s been very effective in helping students stay focused and productive while studying. Read on to learn more about how it works! How to Implement the Pomodoro Technique The...

Study Tips: How to Speed and Skim-Read Effectively

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Study Tips: How to Speed and Skim-Read Effectively

We get it. When you’re a college student, you might not have all that much time on your hands. You have to study for tests, read mountains of literature for essays, hone your craft, and balance all that with the hectic social scene that college life often presents. Luckily, speed...

Academic Writing Tips: What Are Study Limitations?

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Academic Writing Tips: What Are Study Limitations?

An important part of writing up research is to consider whether your study has any limitations. But what are study limitations? And why are they important? In this post, we explain what you need to know. What Are Study Limitations? The term “study limitations” refers to anything that may affect...

How to Turn Your Room into a Good Study Environment

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How to Turn Your Room into a Good Study Environment

...lot of your time. But having an effective space to study in is half the battle. These four tips will help you to create a study-friendly environment in your bedroom: –   Experiment with music and sound –   Set a timer to create (and stick to) a study schedule...

How to Start a Study Group

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How to Start a Study Group

Going to study groups can be helpful for college students who want to get the best possible grades. The benefits of starting a study group include: ●  Learning from others ●  Feeling motivated to study ●  Having your work checked ●  Making like-minded friends According to the learning pyramid, certain...

What Is Attrition In Research?

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What Is Attrition In Research?

Attrition is the loss of study units from a sample. In practice, attrition occurs in studies or research when data are missing or study participants do not complete the research program. What Causes Attrition? There are several causes of attrition in a research setting, including lack of consent, inconsistent or...

What are the 5 Parts of the Study Cycle?

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What are the 5 Parts of the Study Cycle?

...or professor. Study The study stage is when you revise your notes, do further reading, and test yourself. Everyone has methods of studying that work best for them, so find out what works for you. We recommend that you have regular study sessions per class every week. These could be...

How Microlearning Can Save Your Studies

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How Microlearning Can Save Your Studies

...you should study ●  Use different learning platforms and resources to keep things interesting ●  Take regular study breaks ●  Use a variety of study techniques ●  Track your progress and adjust your techniques as needed ●  Get a study buddy for accountability ●  Take 10 minutes after class to...

5 Brilliant Motivation Tips to Help You Study

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5 Brilliant Motivation Tips to Help You Study

If you’ve searched for motivation tips on our blog, we’re guessing that of all the things you want to be doing right now, working isn’t one of them. Maybe you’ve trawled the internet’s extensive archive of motivation-themed gifs already, only to find yourself stubbornly idle. Well if that’s the case,...

6 Ways to Create a Productive Study Environment

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6 Ways to Create a Productive Study Environment

Whether you’re studying for a test or writing an assignment, working effectively depends on your surroundings. As such, it’s critical that you have a good study environment. Luckily, we have six top tips for what makes the perfect place to study. All you need to do is keep the following...

So You Want to Study Abroad (6 Things to Consider)

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So You Want to Study Abroad (6 Things to Consider)

...the big one! Where should you study? Some of the most common places for U.S. students to study are in Europe, but it’s possible to study almost anywhere in the world, with other popular destinations including Canada, Mexico, Japan, China and Australia. As well as your personal interest in wherever...

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