do it now
Are you the study, study, study type? Or the type who thinks about studying, but has […]
lock it into your memory
Most students take hours to memorize what they could have learned–should have locked into their memories–in […]
Beat Procrastination
Motivation done right lets you motor through your to-do list like magic. There are lots of […]
Ditch the Highlighter
Highlighters are a nice invention aren’t they? You read a bit; you highlight a bit. You […]
Test Anxiety and Stress
As a GRE prep teacher, I find about half my students suffer from test anxiety, often […]
Learn Like a Kid
Kids learn ridiculously fast–often times when you don’t even want them to. How many parents have […]
Get the Most from Your Mind
Most of us feel like we are pretty good at using our brains; I mean, we’ve […]
I'm Awsome misspelled tatoo
Even if you are on the right track, you will get run over if you just […]
brain color
What better way to zombie-proof yourself than to shrink your brain? That’s right, you can easily […]
I recently received emails from two different readers who study at one of the best universities […]
It can be hard to avoid student stress and stay healthy while keeping up with the quick pace of college. Does stress keep you from doing your best in college? Are your health and your grades suffering because of stress? Here are some simple tips to reduce student stress.
Study Like a Genius!
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Chloe Chong, an editor over at lifehack.org, posted this simple, powerful infographic on powerful learning tricks. […]
Why “Zimbabwe?” A psychologist named Von Restorff noticed that when he gave test subjects a random […]
I know what I should do. I should study more. I should read the text BEFORE […]
tags: study mistakes, ron swanson, bacon, homework help, study guides When I was in college I […]
If you could just make yourself study… If you could just make yourself read the textbook… […]
  Nice try, ponytail guy, but there are much easier ways to beef up your study-fu. Like […]
Source: Practice tests help you remember—even if you don’t check if you’re correct | Ars Technica […]