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On any given school night, a common question parents ask their teenagers is: "Do you have any homework?" or "Have you studied yet?" What those parents should be asking, is: "Does my child know how to study?" Unfortunately the answer is often no, yet having strong study skills are the key to academic success-whether in middle school, high school, or college.
Are you still searching for them? The active study techniques for high school? Well, then you're not alone. I know that because I was a high school student once. And I know how hard it is to get good results at subjects we don't like.
The next two causes of difficulties in mastering the multiplication tables are considered in this article: criteria of mastering and the lack of drill.
Everyone wants a good grade in their exams, whether it's GCSE or A level, and with enough hard work, we're sure to get it. But sometimes unwanted interruptions could distract us from from our main goal.
Do you have a hard time learning? It can be easy, once you realize that learning is just a relationship. The minute you connect the unknown with the known, you have a relationship. Is someone trying to teach you something? Do they say put Tab A in Slot A. Good. You know what Tab A is, and you know what Slot A is.
This post is specifically for highly self-motivated GMAT aspirants who dream of cracking the GMAT with 700+ scores. They understand that more and more test takers are getting adept at test taking and the competition is getting much stiffer.