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Who hasn't felt it? The pressure? The overbearing presence of the silent room as you sit there staring at a computer screen or paper, just trying to get your brain to function. It's panic. Fear. Terror. And it's one of the worst feelings. Afterward comes the blame. Knowing the information and losing it in that moment.   I know that feeling, but there are tons of techniques out there... read more

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As Spring approaches, it is evident that about half the school year as come and gone. This means that only half the school year remains, placing confidence in some students and creating stress for others. At this point, I'm sure everyone has taken an exam or two (or ten) in their classes and have decided whether the class is easy or not. If you are one of the many students still struggling, don't... read more

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As a student, many lessons were deeply instilled in me that have carried far beyond the classroom. I have come up with five tips to help you succeed inside the classroom and in the outside world.   1. Get Organized This is crucial. Number one has to be the first step for a reason. Without organization and planning, it is very difficult to stay on track and accomplish your goals... read more

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I used to ask myself that all the time when I was growing up.  I was a horrible student all the way into the second semester of my 10th grade year!  I had a difficult time concentrating in school and to be honest, there were just more important things going on in my life at the time.  I have always struggled with weight issues and being bullied, teased and tormented in school was... read more

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Whether you choose tutoring or taking a class to improve your knowledge of a subject depends on what you want out of the experience.  A classroom environment gives you personal interaction and the accountability of regularly being part of a group devoted to learning a subject.  A personal tutor will still give you that accountability, and you get to set the pace of the course and personalize... read more

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Of all the important academic exercises, none are as critical to your success as routine reading. Throughout your education, teachers will assign mounds of textbook reading in social studies, English, the sciences, and beyond. While it is imperative that you take your assignments seriously and blast through your requisite reading, that is simply the bare minimum. Your eventual goal should be to... read more

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I used to do this and I see a lot of students who do this common mistake when studying. Maybe you are working through old homework problems to prepare for an exam in math or physics and you have the solutions in front of you. You get to a certain point and you get stuck, so you check the solution, see what the next action you have to take is, and then continue working through the problem. Eventually... read more