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  • Study Myth Busters
    Study Myth Busters

    Everyone has their unique study process and will swear that theirs is the magic study formula that works best. Many of these study myths are borne from the desperate attempts to cram an entire semester’s studying into one night before the exam, but others ...

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  • Recognizing Dyslexia
    Recognizing Dyslexia

    If your child is struggling to keep up at school, there may be several contributing factors including dyslexia. About 80% of students with learning disabilities have dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning disorder that makes it difficult for students to read, ...

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  • Study Habits of Successful Students
    Study Habits of Successful Students

    Midterms; that dreaded time of the year when we clean our rooms, wash our cars and make elaborate meals in the hope of delaying the inevitable studying for just a couple more hours. Regularly revising work during the term means you commit it to long term ...

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  • 9 Ways to Improve your Exam Performance
    9 Ways to Improve your Exam Performance

    The midterms are nearly upon us and the only thing that stands between you and the freedom of spring break is exams. You already know that you need to set up a study schedule, get plenty of sleep, ease your exam stress and have a good meal before you ...

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  • 10 Steps to Speed Reading
    10 Steps to Speed Reading

    Speed reading will save you tons of time that you can put to better use. Speed reading is a great tool for sifting through large volumes of material to extract the most important points. It’s also an excellent tool to revise work or study additional ...

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