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  • 4 Things to know before creating a study routine
    4 Things to know before creating a study routine
    In education, great preparation often yields great success. The key, however, lies not in simply preparing more, but in preparing with a study routine that is truly efficient and effective. A routine that is tailored to your needs and personality...
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    5 study habits that begin at Kindergarten
    I remember when I was kid that studying was a grueling experience -- frustrated parents, late nights trying to finish homework and thoughts of missing-out on my childhood. So, I have done some research and received advice from educational...
  • Call of the Wild
    Assigned reading doesn't have to be a pain
    When I was in eighth grade, my English class was assigned to read Jack London’s “Call of the Wild.” We were given sections to read each night and took quizzes in class the next day on what we read.While the majority of my class...
  • Taking tests
    Helping kids cram for exams
    School is underway in most parts of the country and before long, kids will be studying for exams. It may not be the recommended way to study but cramming for exams is part of the learning experience. From elementary school to graduate school,...
  • SQ3R: A reading and study skills system that works
    SQ3R: A reading and study skills system that works
    In the 1940s, a book titled Effective Study by Francis P. Robinson was published. One of the ideas contained within was a study method he developed for college students known as Survey Q3R. The idea was to use the knowledge of how the majority of...
  • Study Time
    Studying over summer break can be beneficial
    Most college students use summer break as an escape from a stressful spring semester while others take advantage of this seasonal retreat. The minority of college students use breaks to study, apply for scholarships and internships, save money,...
  • Exam prep
    7 ways to relieve test anxiety
    Testing anxiety got you down? Experts agree that traditional students feel nervous before exams. However, for some it can be a debilitating factor that affects performance.Due to the factors surrounding anxiety related to testing, some experts...
  • The beef rolls at Eden Cafe
    Eden Cafe: Tea and snacks with a Taiwanese twist
    With November in full effect and winter right around the corner, two things are starting to approach: cold weather and finals. Both entice students to find a place where music is serene, WiFi is free, and caffeine is fully available. Most people...
  • Studying
    How to study effectively: Study tips that work
    It’s August and school is just a few weeks away. As the summer draws to an end and beach days get pushed to the weekend, lots of students are already dreading studying for exams. Fortunately, there are three study tips you can get started...
  • Studying into the Night
    Time to Study
    Between working 40 hours a week and going to school full time, it limits how much study time there is. Not only is there work to study around, but also regular household chores, family functions and a general social life. All those aspects make up...
  • Be frank about midterms
    How to study for midterms
    With midterms approaching you may feel overwhelmed. Trying to get all of your work done, papers written and study, your stress level is probably through the roof. Luckily I have a few helpful tips and tricks to make preparing for midterms much...
  • Study habits: Top 5 best ways to study
    Study habits: Top 5 best ways to study
    It happens to all parents at some point. Your child goes to high school and suddenly realizes that they have to study in order to pass. What a concept. No more getting by with mediocre study habits. Some middle school students don’t have any...
  • Study Habits
    Simple steps to help kids develop helpful study habits
    School is open, homework is here!Teaching a child good study habits will not only make homework time easier, it will also help him earn better grades. Study skills are a foundational skill for school success, and what they learn in lower grades...
  • Sacrificing sleep for study may backfire
    Sacrificing sleep for study may backfire
    Late night studying before that big test is a common practice for older teens, as they scramble to meet academic expectations. Unfortunately, it often comes at the price of sacrificing valuable sleep time.According to reports on Science Daily,...
  • Studying for Test
    Teen Education: Frustration or Focus?
    We are all aware of the impending end to the school year approaching quickly. Some teens are anxiously waiting for graduation and others are just trying to survive one more year of school. Either way, teens and parents are making the final push...
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