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To become a flexible reader, you need to know how to select and use a reading style that is consistent with your purpose for reading. Study Reading is used when the purpose is to read difficult material at a high level of comprehension. Skimming is used when the purpose is to quickly obtain a general idea about the reading material. Scanning is used when the purpose is to quickly locate a specific piece of information within reading material.  
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Measurement Units

 
A measurement system is a set of units which can be used to specify anything that can be measured. There are various measurement systems used across the world. The system used in the United States is the U.S. customary system. Here are the common units used in this system along with examples of their use to give you a frame of reference.
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Lectures given by teachers are usually organized in one of the following lecture styles: topic-list, question-answer, compare-contrast, series of events, cause-effect, and problem-solution. Identifying the lecture style used by your teacher will help you take good notes. Read on to learn about each lecture style.
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Free Study Tip First choose the subject that you're going to study thoroughly. Then work hard to reach that goal. It is the key of success
 
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Nuzvidu, India
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Another free Study Tip I type notes when I review for a test. Then I create and use flashcards based on the notes.
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Laguna City, Philippines
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors When I am given a syllabus on the first day of class, I quickly skim through the due dates of all tests, research presentations, and major examinations. Then, I chunk each area into smaller parts that are doable for me to meet the required deadlines. I also make an extra working copy of the syllabus and stick it to my study area to keep me disciplined and focused.
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