Latest Tips
 
  Study Tips Archive
 
  2014
  2013
  2012
  2011
  2010
  2009
  2008
  2007

NEW 4th EDITION
JUST RELEASED

We offer a wide array of study skills curriculums designed to help students reach their full potential in the classroom.

 

   
   
   
   
 
Study Tips From Our Visitors
Below are the most recent study tips that have been submitted by our visitors. To see more study tips, the archives are available to the left. If you would like to submit your own Study Tip to be included below, please fill out our submission form.
Submit your own study tip

"After reading your textbook, write answers to any questions given at the end of the section or chapter. Make sure you understand your answers. If not, go back and read again. Cramming doesn't help. Also, I have found that the Internet is great for learning most foreign languages if you don't spend your time playing games. "
     
  Sahil Khan  
  Student, MA  
  Delhi, India  
  10/24/2014 6:21:00 AM  
     
"Sometimes while you're studying make sure you listen to some good music. Make sure it is not music that is going to distract you from learning. It's best to listen to music with no lyrics. Classical music helps me study. "
     
  Raine  Tree  
  Student, 7th  
  Farmington , Michigan  
  10/19/2014 12:30:00 PM  
     
"You must study regularly and never cram. You have to review your textbooks every day. Most importantly, keep full concentration on what you are studying."
     
  Julian  Rafah  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Dhaka, Bangladesh  
  10/18/2014 9:27:00 PM  
     
"Have paper and pen with you when you read your textbook. If you just read and depend on your memory, your doing it wrong. You have to take written notes and go over them for practice as much as you can."
     
  Amro Tibi  
  Student, university  
  Sharjah, United Arab Emirates  
  10/15/2014  
     
"You can chew gum while studying and chew the same flavor while taking the test. I've tried it before and it actually works! It helps me remember what I was studying when I was chewing that gum. Be sure it's ok with your teacher to chew gum during the test though."
     
  Jayda C  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Raleigh, North Carolina  
  10/15/2014  
     
"The worst thing that happens for any student is to study the day before the exam only. Try to study day by day and understand as much as you can. It will be hard to memorize and understand everything in one day."
     
  Shaima Abdulrahman  
  Student, college  
  Rak, United Arab Emirates  
  10/12/2014  
     
"I study before I go to bed. This is because I remember what I studied when I wake up the next morning."
     
  Keigan Sochor  
  Student, 11th grade  
  Hastings, Michigan  
  10/10/2014  
     
"I think that even though the school system makes it seem like getting good grades is more important than learning itself, always remember that school is still about learning. Of course you have to focus on getting a good grade while studying, but when you see studying as learning new things instead of just studying for a test, you'll probably become more motivated and enjoy studying more. Plus, if you realize it, maybe you'll even stress about your grades less. "
     
  Naomi H  
  Student, 11th grade  
  Leiden, Netherlands  
  10/10/2014  
     
 
Banner ad for our study skills products