Study as long as it takes to master the material. For some classes, that means five […]
My advice: run a post-exam post-mortem on your most recent finals. This should suggest some new […]
Go pick up Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School, […]
Oops! Turns out that this chart–while it may make sense and even hold some truth–is not […]
Here's a nice summary list of great memory hacks from the LifeHacker blog.  Regular perusers of […]
Here’s a great–and very readable–article in Wired magazine about how your memory works. Part of the […]
If you are in the College Station, Texas area, and are looking for SAT help, please […]
The Zenhabits blog has a great post on motivating yourself when you don't want to get […]
(continued from part 3) Get help Even the Lone Ranger had Tonto, kemosabe. There’s no reason […]
(continued from part two) Reward yourself Did you just engage in your target habit? Then reward […]
According to this article at more business schools are accepting GRE scores in addition to […]
[Continued from Change a Bad Habit: Step One] Recent brain research done at MIT indicates that […]
One great way to learn is to teach others. Get together with a group of friends […]
Men’s natures are alike, it is their habits that carry them far apart. Confucius (551 BC […]
I've been using EverNote for several months now, and I really love it.  In my opinion, […]
This site gives a nice summary of an excellent test taking strategy summed up by the […]
I love this website!  Set a goal online and put money on it, for example, "I […]
Nap time is good for us. Sleep plenty at night and take a nap during the […]

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