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"Draw a scene about the information in a textbook chapter you are reading. It will help you to understand what you are reading perfectly."
     
  Abiaz Rhythm  
  Student, 7  
  Ctg, Bangladesh  
  10/11/2017 9:58:00 AM  
     
"I record my professors' lectures in addition to writing careful notes. This gives me two ways to study for a test. Make sure first your professor is ok with you recording the lecture."
     
  Anthony Williams  
  Student, 3rd year college  
  Tenafly, New Jersey  
  10/3/2017 3:47:00 PM  
     
"I used to get to class early when we had an exam. Talking with the other students there got me nervous. What I do now is take a short walk to relax and then get to the class just as it starts."
     
  Felipe Rivera  
  Student, College 2nd year  
  Aurora, Colorado  
  9/26/2017  
     
"Avoid P and P: Procrastination and Panic."
     
  April Kinsler  
  Student, 10th grader  
  Lansing, Michigan  
  9/26/2017  
     
"Talk to to your teacher after school if you didn't understand the lesson."
     
  Rasheeda Cruickshank  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Kingston, Jamaica  
  9/18/2017  
     
"I did my prerequisites at a community college. This saved me tons of money."
     
  Carlos Moncada  
  Student, College Junior  
  Racine, Wisconsin  
  9/13/2017 9:33:00 AM  
     
"Flash cards can help you remember important facts. But they are boring to use. So I draw illustrations on flashcards I create. This makes them more fun and gets them me to look at them more often."
     
  Alyssa Camacho  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Laramie, Wyoming  
  8/23/2017  
     
"I found that I spent too much internet time at sites that were just for fun. This took away from the time I needed to study. So I did a simple thing - I blocked these sites."
     
  Alyssa Rodriguez  
  Student, College junior  
  San Francisco, California  
  8/9/2017  
     
 
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