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Be an active listener in class. You can think faster than your teacher can speak. Use this to your advantage by evaluating what your teacher says and anticipating what your teacher will say next.
 

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Acronymic Sentences

 
Creating an acronymic sentence is a good strategy to use when you have to remember information is a certain order. An acronymic sentence is a sentence that is created by using the first letter of each piece of information to be remembered. Read on to learn how to create acronymic sentences.  
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Learning Styles

 
A learning style is a way of learning. Your preferred learning style is the way in which you learn best. Three learning styles that are often identified in students are the Auditory Learning Style, the Visual Learning Style, and the Tactile/Kinesthetic Learning Style. Read about each of these learning styles to identify your learning style.
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Free Study Tip It is very important to always review whatever you have studied. Find a calm and quiet place to study.
 
submitted by Keerthi Vemasani
Student, 10th grade
Chennai, India
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Another free Study Tip Have fun and pretend it is not an assignment. Pretend it is something you love to do.
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Student, 5th Grade
Benton Harbor, Michigan, USA
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Type what you need to study at your computer. When you type the lesson or words it gets into your mind or brain. In school you can just read the notes again.
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