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A good way to prepare for a test is to teach the material that will be tested to another student. That student will probably ask you questions that will challenge your own understanding of the material.
 

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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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Colleges and universities provide a variety of accommodations for students with learning disabilities. However, a student must request accommodations. Accommodations for students with a learning disability fall into the categories of classroom and assignment accommodations and exam accommodations.
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Free teaching tip Many students avoid studying  because of barriers they place upon themselves. These barriers can be easily overcome. Teach your students to recognize these barriers and how to overcome them. ... Another free teaching tip Try to leave a few minutes at the end of class for students to review their written notes and ask questions. During this time, students can also compare their ...
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Free Study Tip Always focus. Never be distracted.
 
submitted by Sam Dedes
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Another free Study Tip Take notes on important things that the teacher is saying. It really helps, and you can review the notes when you go home to study the whole class again.
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NY, New York, USA
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors I used to just sit and make goals but then didn't do anything, so I am going to follow the advice of my parents. A good study tip is: When you play value play, and when you work value work. Do the thing that you are doing with interest.
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