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How tos for the learners and the learned; tips and tricks to help you study effectively, survive your school years, impress your teachers and more.

Nayvie Noir9 months ago
How Not to Learn Japanese
So you want to learn Japanese. There could be plenty of reasons why: maybe you think your future awaits you in the Land of the Rising Sun. Maybe you want to impress a cute Japanese person. Maybe you j...
Helena Rey9 months ago
Writing Papers
Where to begin? Essay writing can be time consuming and seemingly unbearable. I have gone through school up to a bachelor's degree and have written a lot of essays throughout that time. There are some...
Girl Anonymous9 months ago
How I Passed the Ohio Real Estate Board on the First Try!
When I decided it was time to take my state boards, I had been out of real estate classes for ONE WHOLE YEAR! A lot of the information seemed like a distant memory. I was so nervous going to take my O...
Learn Me Good9 months ago
Need Help with Your English Literature A-Level?
Are you struggling with your college A-Levels and need an extra something to help you along the way? Well look no further, in my posts you will find useful insights, information and tips on 6 well kno...
Katie Curt10 months ago
Get an Easy A+ on a Test
Tests. I mean, we all hate them. Sitting there in that cubicle of a classroom and regurgitating the information you learned weeks prior—not fun for anyone, trust me. Yet, there really are a few simple...
Holly Rutherford10 months ago
Preparing for Exams
Now that school is about a month in session, many classes are beginning their first round of exams. While studying may seem intimidating, learning how to study effectively will be extremely helpful an...
Matt Cates10 months ago
Tips to Increase Your IELTS Vocabulary Score
Are you getting ready to take the IELTS exam? The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is used to measure "the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English i...
Emily Grace10 months ago
Top Ten Studying Tips
Throughout my academic life, studying has always been a love-hate relationship of mine. However over the years, I have discovered multiple ways to make studying easier and a little more enjoyable. The...
McKie Hunt10 months ago
How To: Survive a Student Section
I love being in the student section during school games, but football is by far the best. For those of you who have never been in a student section football game, here's what you need to know to prepa...
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Steve Trinward10 months ago
A Testing Paradigm for the 21st Century
Okay, let’s begin with some points of agreement: 1) Common Core has been a disaster; 2) "No Child Left Behind" is better labeled as “No Child Allowed to Learn”; 3) the mania for testing children repea...
Charly Miller10 months ago
Learning a Language: Made Easy!
I’ve been learning languages ever since I was younger, during primary school up until this very day. Some that I gained experience in at school were French, German, Mandarin, and some Spanish! I self-...
Robyn Lisle10 months ago
10 Tips to Survive the IB
Here's one for students studying the International Baccalaureate diploma program through the world. Being a student who has been through the IB, I know it is tough and a stressful journey but at the e...
Alice Le Bihan10 months ago
How to Learn a New Language (The Fun and Accessible Way)
Want to learn French? Forgot you high school Spanish? Moving to Japan? Learning a new language doesn't have to mean spending tons of money on classes that put you to sleep. You can easily make it fun ...
Gannon Kendrick10 months ago
5 Tips for Learning a New Language
Language learning is incredibly easy to start with the right mindset, but it's not easy to keep that learning going, because motivations change—people evolve. I think we have a bit of an all-or-nothin...
Jordan <3a year ago
Surviving Freshman Year of College
So, you have decided to go to college. During this trying time, you may face stresses that you have not experienced before. Fear not, freshman, I will teach you the ways of adapting to young adulthood...
Allison Robberta year ago
Staying Organized in School
Starting school means many things: waking up early again, hoping to get that Pre-Calc teacher everyone wants and organizing your materials for the upcoming year. Going into Freshman year, I thought I ...
How to Keep Motivated
This post I'm writing is about Motivation, a word that many people associate with different things, normally in regards to when it's needed. Exams, reviews, job stress to even general procrastination-...