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Sometimes a change of scenery may help. No matter how good your study place is, occasionally you may become bored studying there. Try taking your study materials to the library or perhaps, to a quiet place in the park at these times.

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Roman Numerals

Roman Numerals originated in ancient Rome as a simple means of counting in which certain letters were given values as numbers. The original system was modified during the Middle Ages and is still in use today. Read on to learn about the seven letters used in the system and the numbers they represent, as well as how to read and write Roman Numerals.  
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A study group can be helpful when you trying to learn information and concepts and preparing for class discussions and tests. Read on to learn about the benefits of a study group, how to start a study group, the characteristics of a successful study group, and possible pitfalls of a study group.
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Free teaching tip A class syllabus is in essence a communication tool. It should communicate to students what a class is about, why it is taught, and what will be required. You can put many things into a class syllabus, but here are the essential things you should inc ... Another free teaching tip You can help students master the spelling of recently learned words by using the following simple review activities. ...
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Free Study Tip We all have our own style of learning, try to find your way and then stick by that! A good Study Technique is usually based on the trial and error process. Always remember that study techniques are very subjective, what might work for your friend might not work for you and vice versa.
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Another free Study Tip When I study I keep a glass of water on my study table. When I am tired of studying I take a sip of water. This makes me energetic
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors I tell my students that when they read a chapter in a textbook they should take written notes and outline the key points. The key points are the headings, bolded print, and the first sentence of each paragraph.
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