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Keep an open mind when you read information in your textbook. You will not be able to think critically about what you read if you approach your reading with a rigid set of opinions and attitudes.

 
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Auditory learners learn best when information is presented in a spoken language format. If you are an auditory learner, the suggestions that follow can help you to succeed to the best of your ability. One thing to do is participate in study groups in which you can talk things outs. If allowed by your teacher, use a recording device to record class lectures.  
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Math is a unique subject which involves symbols, formulas, specific procedures, textbooks that look different, and many unique words and terms. It is important to use study skills that apply particularly well to math. Here are some you should use.
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Free teaching tip Students who do not master math facts will likely have increasing difficulty in math as they progress through the grades. Math in the higher grades involves ... Another free teaching tip In their writing, students often use simple sentences that lack interest. Encourage your students to use adjectives in their writing when they ...
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Free Study Tip Write down questions and answers when studying for a test. Then cover the question, and think of different ways the question could be asked to get the answer.
 
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Another 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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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors I prefer that every student should not memorize vocabulary words if they have a test the next day because when they have their test, all of the time they have done for memorizing, will be a drag because they will not memorize all of the meanings and the spellings. So they will have a failing grade.
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