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"If you want to pass, just put in effort, and you will succeed. If that effort means studying, do so."
     
  Justin Jenkins  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Maryville, Tennessee  
  4/15/2014  
     
"''First, we need to listen attentively to what the teacher says in the class. After we get home we should read our notes. Then make some more notes of what we remember. It will not be forgotten. We shouldn't think about other things when we study.''"
     
  Bethlhem Tilaye  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Bahir Da, Ethiopia  
  4/12/2014  
     
"If you are going over the test before you take it, chew a piece of gum. It keeps your mind relaxed and you remember stuff better."
     
  Tim D  
  Student, 8th grade  
  New York, New York  
  4/6/2014  
     
"Learn the information you DON'T know. Many students study what they know. However, this is not the best use of study time. Find out what you don't know and learn that."
     
  Karen Boyes  
  Teacher, 10th grade  
  Wellington, New Zealand  
  4/4/2014  
     
"The first and last sentence in a paragraph are very important. If you are in a hurry these are the words to read. Also, if time permits, read each paragraph three times. First, a general scan; second, a quick read; third, a read for facts etc. Learn as much as you can. It will pay off in the years after your formal education."
     
  Joel Willenbring  
  Teacher, Community College  
  Fullerton, California  
  3/31/2014  
     
"First, always make sure you understand the topic. Second, form questions about the topic and think of the answers. Third, think about the questions and answers often. Fourth, discuss them with your friends. "
     
  Gaurav Vyas  
  Teacher, English  
  Bhopal, India  
  3/30/2014  
     
"If you want to be a successful learner, you have to follow these steps. First, listen to what is said in class to focus your attention; second, think through what you have you have learned; third, if you are in trouble you must ask whoever can help you; and fourth, write down what you learn to help you remember what you have studied."
     
  Then  Sothong  
  Student, Grade 12  
  Phmon Penh City, Cambodia  
  3/29/2014  
     
"i will write something over and over, or say it over and over, or listen to something over and over, or read something over and over. Then I will have it. "
     
  Patrell Manning  
  Student, 12  
  Hamlet, North Carolina  
  3/26/2014  
     
 
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