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Flash cards are a powerful tool that can help you remember information such as the meanings of vocabulary words, mathematical formulas, history facts, and the correct spellings of words. Read on to learn about seven strategies that can help you get the most benefit from using flash cards.  
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To do well on a test, you must have good knowledge of the information that is being tested. But you must also have a strategy for taking the test that will allow you to show what you know. Read on to learn about a five-step strategy that will help you do your best when taking a test.
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Successful students have good study habits. They apply these habits to all of their classes. Here are the 10 study habits of successful students. Work to develop any of these habits that you do not have. The first study habit of successful students is to avoid trying to do too much studying at one time.
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Free Study Tip When you're studying always do it in a fun way such as with flash cards or little games because if you're studying in a boring way, you will most likely get off task.
 
submitted by Carlos Johnxs
Student, 9
Conway, South Carolina, USA
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Another free Study Tip You need to have questions in your mind as you read.
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Student, M.B.A
Dholpur, India
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Always keep in mind that you are not studying for anyone else but for your own good in the future. Never study by force because unless you develop the right attitude before you start a study session, distractions will run through your mind. So remember to keep your mind empty of concerns and totally focused.
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Student, Standard XI
Bahrain, Bahrain
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