You might be one of the biggest obstacles in your way to study success! How can this be the case? Well, first of all let us all admit that we are lazy and hate studying (ok maybe not all of us:)). Now if this is true, are there any ways to make the studying more delightful and less painful. I say both yes and no, here is why: Read More
Yes, you heard me right, this is a guide to help you avoid cheating in college. According to a survey conducted by the Josephson Institute of Ethics, as much as 60% of students cheat on tests! The article further claims that athletes are more inclined to cheating (O’ Rly!) than other students. Anyhow, here is how to avoid cheating in two easy steps. Read More
Some of you, especially my respected subscribers might have noticed the lack of posts recently. This is due to the fact that I’m currently studying pretty much day and night for this very important exam. I’ve even tried to seclude my self from using a computer or being online (since you can read this I guess I failed …)
So when will I start posting quality stuff again? On the first of April (the date is just a coincidence by the way).
Since I won’t be able to post that much I thought I might touch a little on the noteworthy posts and articles from previous days. Here is a little neat list:
Top 3 Articles
I am planning on improving and adding some new tools in the study tools section. Do you guys have any suggestions on tools/scripts you think would be neat (or on how I could improve the speed reading tool)?
Your comments are deeply appreciated! 🙂
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