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Logical/mathematical intelligence involves numbers and reasoning. You can activate your logical/mathematical intelligence by studying formulas, doing calculations, and solving problems.

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You need a good study place to prepare to study. Examine each of the nine questions about your study place that follow. You should be able to answer yes to each question. The first question is 'Is my study place available to me whenever I need it?' Your study place does you little good if you cannot use it when you need it.  
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The SAT is a standardized test used as a basis for admission into many colleges and universities. It includes three sections: math, critical reading, and writing. Read on to learn some general tips for taking the SAT. Then read about specific tips for taking each of the three sections of the test.
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Free teaching tip Classroom activities vary with regard to level of class noise that is acceptable. Here is a system you can use to control the amount of student noise in the classroom. ... Another free teaching tip Helping students understand geometry concepts should begin well before geometry is studied as a subject. The following ideas for teaching geometry concepts can be used beginning with the upper elementary grades. ...
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Free Study Tip I always prefer to study alone in room with full concentration without having any distraction. Thinking about the task I have to accomplish makes me feel great and this also makes me finish that task, even the toughest one.
submitted by Muskanpreet Sidhu
Student, Undergraduate
Amritsar, India
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Another free Study Tip I always set a target for myself for the next day. I write it down on the piece of paper. For example: The first three assignments must be done by the end of tomorrow. I always write down what I want to achieve in the future... and I always get it done right!
  submitted by Fez Amj
Student, BA Degree
London, England
A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Have a friend, parent, sibling, or teacher quiz you verbally. You might remember it better if you can't see the answer and practice remembering the answer.
  submitted by Kade Pitzen
Student, 7th Grade
St. Charles, Iowa
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