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When you use flash cards, do not put too much information on the card. Each flash card you use should contain just one piece of information.

 
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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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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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Free teaching tip Having students write journals related to school is a great way to encourage reflection and creativity and enhance learning. Journals can be used to help students deal with ... Another free teaching tip A great way to encourage your students to read is to provide a collection of books that is easily accessible to ... ...
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Free Study Tip Research has shown that studying at 18 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit) will give you the best results... Try it... I tried it and it works!
 
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Another free Study Tip Study what you have in hand and concentrate on what you are reading. Most students roam in the mind while keeping books in their hands. Prepare and plan for your studying.
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Student, 12
Umerkot, Pakistan
 
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors When I work on math problems, I write each step as I do it. This makes me think carefully about what I am doing. If the answer doesn't seem right I can can back through the steps I wrote to see where I went off.
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