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Study Smart, Study Less: Earn Better Grades and Higher Test Scores, Learn Study Habits That Get Fast Results, and Discover Your Study Personaby Anne Crossman
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Reap the rewards of a higher GPA without sacrificing your sanity or your social life! If ;I studied all night and I still didn't ace the test ; is your mantra, this witty study guide will help you pinpoint your personal learning style, prevent study mishaps, and work to your strengths. Using the best research on memory and the brain, Study Smart, Study Less offers easy techniques to help you: " absorb info quickly " remember it accurately " create a successful study space " put together a productive study group " use interactive games to master tough material " identify pitfalls-and avoid falling into them " and stop overstudying (no-this isn't a typo) By learning how to learn, you'll not only feel smarter, you'll be smarter.
A succinct guide for high-school students outlines creative, reward-based techniques for making study time less cumbersome and more productive, offering insight into discerning one's "study personality" to identify unproductive habits, create optimal learning environments and enhance memory. Original.
This compact guide, written by an accomplished young educator, shows high-school students how to study less and retain more. The book identifies teens' study-personality type and shows them how to work with--instead of aganst--their type by pinpointing unproductive behavior, creating an optimal learning environment, and learning how to enhance memory.
About the Author
\ANNE CROSSMAN studied at Stanford and Duke, then began a career in education, working as a public high school English teacher, private tutor, and college instructor. She has taught a wide variety of students--ranging from honor society members to academic underdogs to enlisted soldiers. She is coauthor of Getting the Best Out of College.
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