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"Every time you study you advance your mental advancement. An increase in knowledge is an increase in maturity. Every time you study you expand your mind in many ways. "
     
  Ernest Darlingson  
  Teacher, college  
  Lagos, Nigeria  
  5/25/2016  
     
""Don't study for your parent's sake; study for the best of your future. Never procrastinate because that gets you nowhere""
     
  Lavanya Charans  
  Student, 12th grade  
  Paris, France  
  5/21/2016  
     
"I always chew my favorite flavor of gum and drink warm or room temperature water when I am studying."
     
  Tanzim Zaman  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Dhaka, Bangladesh  
  5/20/2016  
     
"I tackle my hardest assignment first. That's when I have the most energy and patience."
     
  William Deverson  
  Student, 10th grader  
  Tulsa, Oklahoma  
  5/19/2016  
     
"Always be sure to review your notes frequently, especially before class. Try to study with your friends."
     
  Nancy  Barber  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Vancouver , Washington  
  5/4/2016  
     
"I study all of the study guides my teacher gives out. Also, I am a good listener in class. That's how I get straight A's."
     
  Aleyda Aguilar  
  Student, 5th  
  Charlotte, North Carolina  
  4/29/2016  
     
"The best study tip is, if you can, to have room to yourself to study where it is quiet."
     
  Belinda Blocker  
  Student, 12th  
  Aiken, South Carolina  
  4/26/2016  
     
"Practicing is the best way of studying. After a class, make sure you review what you did in class. Don't study to finish a book, but study to understand. Reading a lot contributes to your knowledge. "
     
  Mulike Sesilia  
  Student, 1st year  
  Windhoek, Namibia  
  4/22/2016  
     
 
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