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Last Updated March 8, 2004
This should be a first stop site for you. The lessons on
"Study Skills", "Time Management", and "Stress Management" are of particular
value. Several other lessons are also likely to provide you with
useful information. A MegaPsych GottaSee site
Study Study tips by Ronald C. Blue, at Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Addresses how much time you probably need to study and several specific
study practices. Mirror sites include: How
To Study, How
To Study and How
Study and Coping Skills for Effective Learning and College Life
Dozens of links to sites devoted to your academic success. Developed
and maintained by Vincent W. Hevern, SJ, at LeMoyne College. A
MegaPsych GottaSee site
Six Hour D ...and How to Avoid It Russ Dewey addresses a problem
that his (and my) students frequently report.
Sites to Promote Academic
Success Linda Walsh has compiled an extensive list of sites
with study tips. Test-taking tips and dealing with test anxiety are
Schedule Download or print out a convenient, one page, 7day/24hour
Schedule for planning your week. Or, use a more general Time
Budget. (Also great for scheduling viewing time for your favorite
Succeeding In College
Tips from Ralph H. Logan, at North Lake College. Addresses Time
Management, Stress Management, Note Taking Skills, Reading a Text, Study
Habits Preparing for an Exam, and Taking Exams.
Advice: Especially for the Multiple-Choice Challenged Tim Rogers
and Don Kline at the University of Calgary offer some excellent advice
in a brief paper. Get a big return on a small investment of your
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