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10 Tips To Learn To Study Well

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Having a good study method is essential for studying well and quickly. Taking good grades and improving one’s academic performance also means learning to study, because to study well, not only is the commitment necessary. We offer 10 tips on which you can base your study method.

Here are the rules to follow to study well and quickly! Continue reading

Simple guide to make a summary

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Writing a summary seems like a very simple thing, but in reality it is not so. Not everyone has a strong ability to synthesis but learn how to write a good summary you can! Follow these tips

HOW TO MAKE A SUMMARY

Make a summary: it seems a simple, almost trivial thing. In fact, to make a summary you need a skill that you can develop over time and that will come in handy throughout your studies, from primary school to university. The summary is essential to be able to remember important concepts and concepts and can be used to simplify any type of text. There are some techniques and strategies that you can use to make an impeccable summary even if you do not have the gift of synthesis: if you fall into this category, follow our guide to avoid mistakes! Continue reading

How to prepare for an exam in a week

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How to study in a short time: you want to prepare a university exam in a week but you do not know how to do? Do not miss our tips!

How to prepare a university exam in a short time

Is it possible to prepare an exam in a week? In theory it is possible, aspiring, why not, even at 30 and praise. Unfortunately, however, not all cases are the same and the variables to be considered are many, from the difficulty of the subject to the number of pages to study, from the basic preparation you have on the exam topics (It is a subject that you like? Lessons are topics you already know many aspects?) to the determination, up to the capacity of memorization and learning in the short term you have. Continue reading

How to study quickly with fast reading techniques

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Do you have a lot to study and a short time to do it? A good ally for you could be the techniques of fast reading and memorization: these are methods with a real scientific foundation that will allow you to read any text more quickly, thus managing to gather more notions in a decidedly narrow period of time. In this guide we will give you some tips to approach these quick reading techniques and we will show you the most famous and effective … Continue reading

Tasks for summer holidays: How to create an effective roadmap

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Homework for the holidays? No fear. You do not need to be reduced at the last minute: getting organized a bit you can get back rested and prepared.

We assure you – the sooner you start thinking about it, the sooner you get to the goal. And not only will you be much more prepared but, what matters, much less stressed: first of all because you have better distributed the study load spreading it in the months, then because you will have started to review again “fresh” notions and above all you will arrive with the tasks already ended a while, avoiding (useless) last-minute rides. Continue reading

How to find the most suitable study method for you

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In order for the time spent on books to make the most of it, it is necessary to find an effective method of study. The key is to find the one that best suits your characteristics and, once you find it, the road will be downhill. In this guide we show you several fast and effective study methods, suitable for both primary and secondary school, high school and university, to always bring home a good result … Continue reading

7 Tricks To Study and Prepare The Checks Without Panicking

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The end of the first quarter is approaching and getting prepared is always more difficult! Here are 7 scientifically tested tips to tackle the study with less difficulty.

Even if the school has started a while, a critical moment is approaching: Before the Christmas holidays the checks are overlapping, and in January you will have to face the final “tour de force” for the end of the term! Continue reading