Studying for an exam can be very, very taxing. It creates a lot of tension, anxiety, late nights and coffee. So here are some effective study tips. All tried and tested personally.
Tips to help children study for spelling tests.
Attention all teachers! This is a very good article to read for some new games to add to your classroom! All of them can be used as review games for a test, quiz, or just review of knowledge. Check them out!
But most people tend to overlook the related links at the end of page. In the process, they tend to get some half-baked information on the various ways to study.
A detailed guide to academic success using study skills and excellent exam technique for more effective studying. This guide teaches you how to study for exams including revision timetables, flashcards and more...
The best way get good grades is to work hard and prepare thoroughly for all your exams. But if you're an introvert, you can give yourself a boost by knowing how your personality affects your learning.
This article briefly defines deductive reasoning in general and explains its basic use. The focus then turns to using deductive reasoning as a testing strategy for multiple choice tests, providing a consistent and...
Following a yearly plan during the academic year can make you the smartest person in class or at least one of the smartest. Last minute studying and merely reading over notes are not effective strategies. Follow the...
No matter how lazy you are, you will have to make notes to score better in exams. So here I am to help you make some knock out notes. (It’s not as tedious as you think it is)
These apps and online tools help students use their study time in ways that will help them be more successful taking tests and exams.