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Move a pencil or your finger down a page as you read it. Your eyes and brain will try to keep up with the pencil or your finger. You can increase your reading speed by moving the pencil or your finger more quickly down the page.

 
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Many of the tests you will take in school will be multiple-choice tests. One type of multiple-choice item you will often find is an incomplete statement followed by several answer choices for completing the statement. Another common type of item is a question followed by several answer choices for correctly answering the question. Read on to learn about nine guidelines that will help you do your best when taking a multiple-choice test.  
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Being able to concentrate while you are studying is essential to doing well in class and on tests. Here are 10 suggestions for improving your concentration while studying. First, study in a quiet place that is free from distractions and interruptions. Try to create a place designated solely for studying.
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Free Study Tip In college you have lots of time between classes. Use that time to go to the library to study. Don't just go back to your room and sleep.
 
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Another free Study Tip Self-trust is the most important thing.
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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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