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Making flash cards can help you remember information such as the meanings of words, math formulas, and history facts. Use both sides of the card. Write a question about what you need to remember on the front of the card and its answer on the back.

 
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There are eight parts of speech in traditional English grammar: noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, conjunction, preposition, and interjection. Read on to learn about each of these parts of speech. Examples of the use of each part of speech are provided.  
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Getting into the college of your choice has become increasingly competitive. While there is some variability in what admissions offices look for, the following are the factors considered by most schools. One thing colleges look for is a rigorous high school class schedule. Doing well in AP and honors classes is a major plus.
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Free teaching tip Sometimes you get a feeling about one or more of your students that they are wise beyond their years. Learn to recognize students in your classroom who may meet the criteria for gifted. ... Another free teaching tip Ask yourself these five questions about the feedback you provide to students. Work to ensure that you can answer 'Yes' to each question. ...
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Free Study Tip When studying at the library we all know it can get pretty loud these days. I carry ear plugs with me to the library. They help so much, and if I need to whisper, I can hear myself.
 
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Another free Study Tip Tests, Quizzes, and Exams are normal for classtime. Study at least 30 minutes per day. It can help you so you don't need to cram for a test.
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Brampton, Ontario, Canada
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors After learning something, write what you learned every time. It helps you remember what you learned for a long time, even if you are overburdened.
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Alain, United Arab Emirates
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