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It is important to take written notes in class. Taking notes requires you to focus on what your teacher is saying. Further, your notes will contain important information that may not be in your textbooks. Good notes will help you prepare for tests. Here are some tips that will help you take good notes.  
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Here are some practical math tips that will come in handy. Read on to learn about tips for rounding a number, finding an average, determining if two fractions are equivalent, finding a percentage, and changing a decimal to a percentage.
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Auditory Learner

Auditory learners learn best when information is presented in a spoken language format. If you are an auditory learner, the suggestions that follow can help you to succeed to the best of your ability. One thing to do is participate in study groups in which you can talk things outs. If allowed by your teacher, use a recording device to record class lectures.
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Free teaching tip There are many pairs of words whose meanings students often confuse. Have your students identify the different meanings of the two words in each of the following pairs. ... Another free teaching tip One of the keys to establishing a well-managed classroom is to have your students respect you. Having students follow your rules and instructions because they respect you is far more effective than ...
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Free Study Tip Make your own vocabulary flashcards. This will help you to remember the words and what they mean. Don't be lazy and use your friend's cards. This will prevent him from learning and the terms may not be correct. Do not print your flashcards online. You will remember better if you do the writing out.
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Student, 7th Grade
Berwyn, Pennsylvania
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Another free Study Tip When you study make it into a game. I learn better if it is fun. So try having fun but studying at the same time.
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Student, 7th Grade
Bradley, Arkansas, USA
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Isolate yourself from distraction in order to concentrate and allot time and privacy for study periods.
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Student, GED
Brooklyn, New York, USA
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