Study Strategies

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Author: Carla Abraham


If you need to improve your study skills, you are not alone. More often than not, students struggle to study skillsunderstand complex relationships and retain information.

Whether you need to take better notes, learn better test taking strategies or improve your memory and concentration, we have advice, tips and resources to help you strengthen your study skills. Now let’s get started…


Understand Your Learning Style!

Why is this important? Well let’s just say that your learning style is your individual language in which you interpret your surroundings. If someone talks to you in Japanese and you only understand French, it’s going to be very difficult for you to know what’s going on. If you know the learning style in which you learn the best, it will be much easier for you to comprehend, retain and synthesize information. To learn more about your individual learning style.

Note-Taking Strategies

Good note-taking is an essential part of college success. Good lecture notes can help you organize what you’ve learned in class in a way that is meaningful to you. This means better grades on your tests and a higher g.p.a. overall! 10 notetaking strategies to better grades.

Studying For Tests

Studying for tests is the cause of anxiety for almost every college student. The main cause for test anxiety is waiting until the last minute to cram for exams. Learn test taking strategies and do better on your next exam

Improve Your Memory

We are definitely living in unique time in human history. Never before have we had access to so much information. Absorbing everything is impossible but learning to improve your memory and concentration is just a matter of practice and a little patience. Learn how to improve your memory in 10 simple steps.

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Study Hacks-An informative and award-winning blog on study skills and college life. Gives helpful advice on how to achieve more academically without burning out.