Earlier this week I wrote a post on how I get by without taking notes in class. I was wondering if you take notes during class.
If you are like me, you HATE taking notes in class. Since high school I have never taken notes during class. I didn’t take notes in high school either but that was because I was a slacker.
There’s only about 1 week until classes start back up, and before you head back for a productive semester there are a few things you should do. Spend a Day With Friends Make this a simple day with your friends. It can be as simple as sitting at a coffee shop for the whole day […]
Another Quick Tip here. If you have a job and are going to school, make sure you ask off for the first week of school. The first week of school you need to build a good solid foundation. Determine when you can study, map out your course assignments on a calendar, and start reading your […]
This is a guest post by Stefan Knapen from StudySuccessful.com, a site about how to study. Stefan is a Dutch graduated high school student who will join the University in September. His site is full with study hacks and random study knowledge. One of the biggest fears in a full college class is asking questions […]
My whole life, I thought that speed reading was impossible. I dismissed anyone’s claim that they could read extremely fast, assuming that if they were reading that quickly they had to sacrifice their comprehension of the material. But when I started working through the book Breakthrough Rapid Reading.
Yes, I know you know how to draw a line through words. But to become a better To-Do list maker, you need to do something besides crossing of your tasks. Write a Note Next time you cross something off your To-Do list add a little note. Did you get everything done? How long did it […]
I just ordered 5 books from amazon. Thought I’d share what I will be reading the next few weeks. How to Read a Book Wait, how do you read a book if you can not read? Yes the title is a bit of a paradox. However, the subtitle reads “The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading,” […]