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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.
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"I start to study as soon as I get home from school. Everything is still fresh in my mind."
     
  Stephanie Cassidy  
  Student, 10  
  Canton, Ohio  
  5/4/2015 11:06:00 AM  
     
"When I sit down to study, the first thing I do is turn off the ringer on my phone. The second thing I do is put my phone where I can't see it. I read a saying that said when something is out of sight it is out of mind. Then I can concentrate on my work."
     
  Annalise Carr  
  Student, 6th grade  
  San diego, California  
  5/1/2015  
     
"It is important to focus on your school work. It is also important to be kind to your classmates. "
     
  Kevin  Smith  
  Student, 9th  
  Chula Vista, Arizona  
  4/27/2015  
     
"I make sure to have what I need to study. I keep a dictionary, pen, and paper at my desk when I study. "
     
  Attaullah Pathan  
  Student, eight  
  Larkan, Pakistan  
  4/25/2015  
     
"My tip is that I always tell my friends do not call me while studying. If they do, I get way off of what I have to do."
     
  Muhammad Rashid  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Larkana, Pakistan  
  4/20/2015  
     
"In class if a teacher is teaching too fast, do not hesitate to ask them to slow down. Your teacher will appreciate knowing this. "
     
  William Hunt  
  Student, 9th  
  Chula Vista, California  
  4/9/2015  
     
"It is important to read and study in advance so that class lessons will be easier for you to comprehend. Also, read other references to help you better understand your lessons. Make up and take practice tests."
     
  Jarred Ryle Punzalan  
  Student, 10th grade  
  Quezon City, Philippines  
  4/8/2015  
     
"Have a snack while you do your work. A tasty treat has always helped me think when studying. A couple of pretzels or a granola bar goes a long way when it comes to brain food!"
     
  David Caswell  
  Student, 6th Grade  
  Dover, Ohio  
  4/7/2015  
     
 
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