It may seem that all it takes to remember something from a textbook or a book is vigorously taking notes. There are a few other factors that affect the way we learn from a text. With the help of a small guide I’ve purchased recently, Reading & Making Notes by Jeanne Godfrey, I’ve come up with a few helpful points on how to read effectively and make it worth your time.
This week I wanted to share with you some Study Productivity tips by the Study Medicine Europe organization. Random little tips all over the internet are great, of course, but having them in one place, like this infographic is even better 🙂 Save it, print it out and follow these suggestions to improve your studying!
School has started for me, and after only a few days, I’m already feeling pretty bored with the homework. Throughout this weekend’s fine Sunday I was very hard at work to find some ways to cheer myself up! Although it involved some relocating and redecorating (I know, it was supposed to be homework time), I was able to successfully finish everything I had planned to do.
Do you know how to write a fresh book review? You may have already faced with this unordinary task but we have some tips for you to do it at your best. Some basic things you should know is that a book review is intended to describe, analyze and evaluate.
With the school year rapidly gaining speed, I think this is as good a time as any to review some tips on taking notes by hand, in class. Read up on the various techniques here!
Logan (2017) HD Director : James Mangold. Release : 2017-02-28 Country : United States of America. Language : English,Español. Runtime : 135 min. Genre : Action, Drama, Science Fiction. In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces. A fitting requiem to the most recognisable X-Man, James Mangold’s Logan gives the towering Hugh Jackman a vast canvas for his swansong. In the film, Logan, better known as the hirsute, iron-clawed Wolverine, is much weakened and weathered but no less violent. This curtain call spares no punches, but it does so with an emotional undercurrent. The year is 2029. Mutants have been all but eradicated or banished from North America. A few manage to hide out, adopting new identities and learning how to manage their powers. Logan is now a limo driver with a persistent cough, spectacles and a drinking problem. …
From study groups and final exams to frat parties and sleep deprivation, there are many worries on the minds of undergrads. Social media feeds seem to be filled with tips on how to clean things, how to pack things, and other quirky little life hacks (like, clever things to do with binder clips and duct tape). But there are five hacks that make the undergraduate years more fun, more successful, and even less expensive.
This week I realized that in order to actually sit down and do some work (any work, really), we must be really motivated to do it. Since there is plenty of tasks we simply can’t get started on, I’ve come up with a few things that could help us get our study/combat/I-Can-Ace-Everything mode going: 1. Clean up your desk and room. Like I mentioned in the previous post, clean room = clean head 2. Organize all loose papers. Put them in a binder or folder, keep them in one place and in good order that you can follow. 3. Make a “to-do” list. Can’t do anything without that. Whether you’re using an app or a simple journal, setting your goals and tasks is a priority 4. If time permits, watch an inspirational movie. I usually combine it with cleaning my room. My personal favorite is “Legally Blonde” – I instantly get a wave of inspiration to study something and ace it. What’s your inspirational film or show? 5. Approach tasks in smaller chunks. Do homework in …