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"Always take the notes for a particular class in the same notebook. Spiral bound notebooks were invented because they solved the problem of keeping related information consolidated in one place. Take advantage of this."
  Marjorie  Bartiquil  
  Student, Grade 11  
  Lapu-Lapu, Philippines  
  6/25/2016 7:46:00 AM  
"Before studying my lessons, I try to forget all my other problems in my mind so that I can focus on my lesson."
  Anelfa Badilla  
  Student, teacher  
  New Bataan,Comval, Philippines  
  6/19/2016 8:48:00 AM  
"Avoid being absent. It will help you a lot as you reach the higher grades. You will have a lot to study and being absent for one time will lose 100 minutes of information you need to know."
  Dhruva S Kashyap  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Bangalore, India  
  6/17/2016 9:59:00 PM  
"I wake up early in the morning when my mind is fresh and calm. That's my best time to study."
  Shura Welcome  
  Student, College  
  Corn Island, Nicaragua  
  6/2/2016 8:56:00 PM  
"Before studying think about your goals in life and how your grades will affect them."
  Hontra Klesmon  
  Student, 10th  
  Houston, Texas  
"First I organize all of my packets and what I plan to study. After that, I find a comfortable chair and dig in. I make flashcards, practice tests, and study games out of the information."
  Shaniqua Holmes  
  Student, 12th  
  Los Angeles, California  
"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  
""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  
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