Articles with advice and methodologies on appropriate and effective ways to study.
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A Working Mind offers working memory training programs for individuals with attention deficits.
Helping students manage time, take better notes, study more effectively, improve memory, take tests and handle the stresses of college life.
Short tutorials on many aspects of study, note taking, writing techniques, flexible reading.
Over fifty articles produced by an Academic discussing critical writing, critical thinking, reading techniques, presentation techniques, research methods.
Important elements involved in the learning process: time-management, concentration, memory, attitude, and learning styles.
It is possible to improve one's memory performance in specific areas by applying memory techniques. This site explain a number of systems ranging from simple to sophisticated. The training steps are clearly laid out and in most cases online training software is provided.
Practical study and assignment writing skills. Information and online workshops on academic writing, essay writing, referencing, and study and exam skills.
Math test taking and note taking tips. (Note: Animation and loud music included.)
A list of collaboratively maintained study guides and strategies made available in over thirty languages. Articles cover every aspect of study and are formatted as bulleted lists.
Tips on time management, listening, note taking, remembering what you've read, test taking skills and stress management.
A list of memory or learning principles with a brief definition of each. Additional information related to the principles is available.
Ways to develop study skills competency.
More than fifty articles covering writing help, math help, science help, learning information / techniques and advice on a range of tests.
Help with study skills, classroom learning, testing, and studying. Information for both students and educators.
Advice from Gregory McColm, math professor, on reading a textbook, the purpose of homework and methods for dealing with it, how the mind is affected by homework, asking questions and getting help, and tests and grades.
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