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Keep your book bag organized. Donít just dump papers into your book bag as your school day goes on. Have a separate folder for each class in which you can keep handouts and homework assignments.

 
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Learning German

 
Learning German is similar to learning most other languages. You must learn new grammar rules, new vocabulary, a new logic, and of course, you have to practice a lot. Sometimes you will have the feeling that you're improving your German very quickly. At other times, you will feel that your learning has become blocked. Do not blame yourself; this is natural.  
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The loci strategy for remembering information is based on your familiarity with a place, such as your home. The strategy helps you remember lists of items through organization, visualization, and association. Read on to learn about each of the steps in the loci strategy.
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Free Study Tip Leave yourself a lot of time to write your papers and essays. You have to have enough time to sort through all the information you gather and then orgainize it. Remember that it takes time to get it into a written form.
 
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Another free Study Tip Homework comes before TV or play for my kids. I do let them watch tv or play outside for an hour when they get home from school, but then it's schoolwork time. They are used to this and it works - they get good grades. Oh - they're in fourth and sixth grade.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Focus on something. Set a goal and achieve it. Set a goal that is higher than where you are now. The goal should be clear and flexible. As always, "There's no royal way to success."
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