Study Hacks

Some great hacks, to improve your studying!

How to pay attention in class

Guest post by Genevieve who works in affiliation the online colleges at Westwood College. Also want to send in a guest post? Visit the contact page!

While I attended college, I often found that I would have a difficult time staying focused in class. Even if I it was my favorite topic or I had […]

By |October 5th, 2010|Study Hacks, Tips and Tricks|4 Comments

When is Study most Successful?

This is a guest post by Carrie. Would you also like to send in a guest post? Visit the contact page!

There are many ways to study, and each of us has our favorite method. They may work really well or to a certain extent, something you know only when you take your exam and […]

By |September 30th, 2010|Productivity, Study Hacks, Tips and Tricks|1 Comment

Get the most out of college

This is a guest post by Ryan, would you like to send in a guest post also? Visit the contact page!

The cost of attending college seems to be increasing every year, with private school tuition now ranging from $15,000 to $40,000 per year. These high prices mean that most students end up leaving college […]

By |August 17th, 2010|Guest Posts, Observations, Study Hacks|0 Comments

Where to buy your textbooks

Do you have the lists of books you need to buy for next semester already in your mail? End of July, holiday just started and you should start thinking about the next academic year again. How are you going to buy your textbooks, in chuncks or all together? And even more important, where do […]

By |July 22nd, 2010|Observations, Study Hacks|9 Comments

How to Pull Off an All-Nighter Successfully

This guest post is contributed by Alvina Lopez, who writes on the topics of accredited online colleges. She welcomes your comments at her email:

Okay, no one wants to be in this position—you were given an assignment or research paper weeks, maybe even months ago and you decided since the deadline was so far […]

By |May 26th, 2010|Guest Posts, Study Hacks, Tips and Tricks|5 Comments

The ultimate guide to speedreading

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One of the key components in the way I manage my study load is speedreading. I can call myself a speedreader with an average speed of 600 words per minute.

When we look at our study load, what is the thing that takes up the most time? Where […]