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Visual learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format or in another visual format such as pictures or diagrams. If you are a visual learner, the suggestions that follow can help you succeed in school to the best of your ability. One thing to do is that when trying to remember information, close your eyes and visualize the information.  
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Roman Numerals

 
Roman Numerals originated in ancient Rome as a simple means of counting in which certain letters were given values as numbers. The original system was modified during the Middle Ages and is still in use today. Read on to learn about the seven letters used in the system and the numbers they represent, as well as how to read and write Roman Numerals.
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Confusing Words

 
Many pairs of words look and sound nearly alike, but have different meanings. For example, affect means to influence something, while effect means the result of some action. Each of these words is pronounced slightly differently. You must be careful to use the correct word from a pair of confusing words when writing and speaking. Here are commonly confused pairs of words and their meanings.
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Free Study Tip When something is hard to learn I go over it again and again until I know it. Repetition also helps me remember what I learn for a longer time.
 
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Another free Study Tip Study in a place that is quiet (or without distractions or TV).
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Try to remember the key points in the book. This helps you to review more quickly and effectively. The most important thing is, you need to take notes in class. Some of the things that the teacher talks about in class are not in the book.
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