Archive for 'Study Skills (general)'
Posted on02. Jan, 2008 by George.
Everyday we are constantly bombarded with tons of television commercials products that promise to help improve our memory, be it a brand of milk with “special” ingredients or daily consumption of vitamin supplements to boost the brain’s memory. However, it’s always a question to the effectiveness of these commercials gimmicks. The truth is it’s the [...]
Posted on30. Dec, 2007 by George.
It is possible for you to accelerate your learning if you want to, you know that don’t you? Not besides helping yourself to learn faster, you can help others as well. Whether you’re a trainer, a coach, or even a parent, this can be invaluable for you. Everyone processes information differently -We all learn differently. [...]
Posted on12. Jul, 2007 by George.
Can you still recall the cartoon series featuring Wily Coyote and the Roadrunner? “Fast” brings back the image of the Roadrunner zooming past the obstacles laid out by Wily Coyote. Speed may allow you to arrive at your intended destination; but along the way, were you able to take note of the things that you [...]
Posted on01. Jul, 2007 by George.
Writer’s block has got to be the most frustrating things writers have to grapple with. It’s especially troubling if you have a looming deadline and you’re just staring at your computer with no idea what to write. But even if you don’t have a deadline and you just want to come up with a written [...]
Posted on17. Jun, 2007 by George.
The power of concentration is a skill that is easy to master, that is if you have the willpower to do so. “If there is a will, there is a way” according to one saying, the same goes with concentration. Popular television newscaster and personality Diane Sawyer was once asked about her secret to professional [...]
Posted on15. Jun, 2007 by George.
Remember the other day I talked about this topic: By The Details: How I Excel In My Exams And Emerge Among The Top 53 Students I’ve made it into a slide show. This inspiration comes from Guy Kawasak who is a successful entrepreneur and author. If you ever want to be an entrepreneur, you can [...]
Posted on12. Jun, 2007 by George.
After going through 2 years of junior college, I had a total different perspective about excel in exams. I don’t really need to be hardworking – I can still have fun, relax and still score distinctions. Here’s some details of what I went through. 7. It took me 7 months of hard work to improve [...]
Posted on03. Jun, 2007 by George.
You may have classes of different levels of interest. Some may be boring, some may be worth anticipating; you may even have classes you wish you don’t have to take. Here are some tips to stay awake in your most dreary classes: Have enough sleep the night before. The average sleep for an adolescent is [...]
Posted on31. May, 2007 by George.
This is similar to previous day email but it’s related to you. If you looked at the right side of this page, under the comments and discussions section, Charlene would like to know the exact strategy to scoring A’s. Today, I’ll just share with you something that will improve your grades tremendously. Let me ask [...]
Posted on29. May, 2007 by George.
After learning the powerful studying strategies, I began thinking the difference between me and the average students. Even before I learned these powerful strategies, my school had many different educators that came to motivate and teach us “how to excel” in exams. Things like being consistency, using flash cards, study before we play, were taught [...]
Posted on26. May, 2007 by George.
Planning for college is never easy both for you and your parents. Perhaps, even before you were born, your parents were already pushing pencils and doing research to get you in the best school possible, while trying to minimize the potential risks and expenses. There are infinite strategies to effectively prepare for college and a [...]