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APA Style for Dummies

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APA Style for Dummies

There is no way a student can graduate from college without creating at least one research paper. Of course, in reality, students write many more. For this reason, the knowledge of citation styles is indispensable. Knowing how to cite your sources does not only keep you organized but also helps you avoid problems associated with […] Read more >>

21.11.2019
Procrastination
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How Procrastination is the Enemy of Every Student: Learn How to Study and Manage Your Time More Effectively!

Wasting time is inherent in every student and there are many temptations to distract them. This is a feeling everyone is familiar with. Sitting in front of a blank computer screen longing you were elsewhere. But until you have written a certain number of words, you have to remain there … just get a coffee […] Read more >>

06.05.2019
Steps to prepare for a test or an exam
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How to Effectively Prepare for and Take a Test

One key aspect of success in undertaking tests and examinations is the ability to learn, understand and apply what one has read throughout the term period. These principles are widely believed to be applied to all kinds of people, both young and old, undertaking any form of tests or exams (Flippo, 2008). Various conditions need […] Read more >>

11.03.2019
How to Reduce Eye Strain
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How Students and Office Workers Can Reduce Eye Strain

When you are a student, reading course material and spending hours in front of a computer are inescapable realities. But unfortunately, these present major eye strain issues that can make it more difficult for you to see as time goes on. So what can you do to reduce eye strain? You obviously cannot ditch your […] Read more >>

11.05.2018
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Tips on Studying Less and Learning More

Learn More and Study Less Study sessions should last from 25 to 30 minutes. If you want to learn how to study productively, you ought to forget about spending too many hours on hitting the books. Studying without regular pauses is one of the worst things for students. At the University of Michigan, a study […] Read more >>

02.10.2017