Give Yourself a Mind Like a Steel Trap!

beartrap small.gif Take a look at Unforgettable, a short pdf ebook on memorizing vocabulary easily and effectively. A quick read will give you the inside scoop on…

  • The quick and simple way to learn vocabulary for language classes and standardized tests like the GRE and SAT.
  • How to soak up that tricky vocabulary like a sponge! Save time. Slave less.
  • How to make those memories uber sticky. Memorize it once and it sticks for days (without more review).

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Top 3 Things You Must Know for the GRE Quantitative section

Top 3 Must Know Hacks for the GRE Quantitative SectionThe GRE Quantitative (math) section can be a panicky sweat-fest to the unprepared. Don’t get caught with your pants down. Know these three keys that will make the GRE Quantitative section curl up in the fetal position and beg for mercy.Continue reading “Top 3 Things You Must Know for the GRE Quantitative section”

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Find out how to do a single, 10 minute review of your notes that can DOUBLE your recall one month later

Find out how to do a single, 10 minute review of your notes that can DOUBLE your recall one month later. A simple trick I used to get the highest exam grade in the class with only 30 minutes of study. Note taking secrets that will enable you to write half as much while remembering more than ever. See it here
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The GRE: When Should You Start Prepping?

Average GRE students get average GRE scores
     If you really want to get the best GRE scores possible, start studying long before you will be taking the GRE test. Ideally, that means at least a month beforehand. And don’t forget to schedule your test with enough time for your GRE scores to get to your grad school of choice. GRE scores can take up to three weeks to get in the hands of the right person.

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Memory Skills Fix Your Study Ills

Memory FailDear Study Prof,

Help! How can I fix my awful memory? I read stuff for class and immediately forget what I just read. I study, but nothing seems to stick. I just forgot who I was writing this email to.

Forgetfully,

Amy Neesha*

Dear Amy,

Barring any recent head trauma, I feel pretty safe in saying–no offense–you are W.R.O.N.G., wrong! I call “foul!” You have unfairly maligned your memory. No doubt it sulks in some moldy corner of your cranium awaiting an apology that will–let’s face it–probably never come.

Amy, Amy, Amy, *sigh*; you’ve just forgotten how great your memory actually is (isn’t life just chock full o’ little ironies?). Your memory is scary powerful, and I can prove it. Continue reading “Memory Skills Fix Your Study Ills”

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