How to Study and Get Good Better Best Grades

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Xulon Press, 2010 - Education - 96 pages
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How would you like to learn to study and earn better grades? What if you could learn to study less, learn more, remember it longer, have more free time, get better grades, and have fun, all at the same time?"THEN THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU!HOW THIS BOOK APPLIES TO YOU THE STUDENTAll school and professional courses fit this method, meaning they adapt easily to this process. It doesn't matter what the teacher's method or the subjects taught are, the applications are endless. Whether a teacher uses lecture, power point or textbooks, requiring note taking, they work here.A partial list of workable subjects is: Math, (Geometry, Algebra, Physics, Calculus...), Science, Biology, English, History, Languages, (Spanish, French, Italian, German, Greek, Hebrew...etc.), Government, Speech preparation, Writing articles, books, Real Estate, Insurance.The word LIMITLESS is the best way to describe how this method and process work. A successful student must desire to learn and grow. This study process can be simple, easy and hard at the same time.HOW TO STUDY Is a manual for Middle, High School, College and Business Professionals who want to know how to study effectively, doit efficiently while earning good grades and mastering the subjects, furthering their career while acquiring better study and learning skills, AND EFFECTIVELY Learn how to become an excellent student, atthe same time raising grade point averages, AND DEFINITELY IMPROVE study habits and while eliminating the bad habits of the past, AND DEVELOP BETTER Student skills while pursuing a desired college degree, whether a B.A., Master or Doctorate degrees, AND EXPAND EDUCATIONAL Goals directed toward good educational choices for a successful future whatever that is, AND CHOOSE A CAREER that is more than a job
 

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Contents

CONCLUSION
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THE BENEFITS 1 6
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WEEKLY CALENDAR example
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