3 Ways To Boost Your Study Results!

Howdy! Feels great to be back on the old computer again. Today, I wanted to speak about an important subject.

I’ve ranted about education a lot these days but today I want to move away from being the nasty guy who complaints about everything and become the dude with the solutions.

Let’s be frank here

If you are truly serious, and I believe you to be, about improving your study results there are currently 3 different options you can take:

1. Take An Elearning Course

I think it’s safe to say that you normally use the internet for a lot of different things. If so be the case, then you might consider signing up to an elearning course.

Prons: There are many different options to choise from with different subjects. Offers a certain amount of flexibility.

Cons: Very expensive! This option is for you only if you are willing to give up a few hundred dollors each month, for me that’s not an option.

2. Get Yourself A Tutor

If you are already studying at a university you can always ask around about tutoring possibilities. Some colleges lack proper tutoring while others charge a lot, it’s really a matter of where you study.

Pros: You get your own personal teacher helping you out with all your needs.

Cons: Even more expensive! To get a professional tutor these days is not only expensive but you can also end up with a bad teacher and find yourself stuck. Now you don’t learn anything and you have no dough to buy icecream to comfort yourself. (Come on… I know you like to do that.)

3. The Study Guide PRO

A good study guide should cover the basics as well as to teach you the best information there is about your particular subject. As most of you all know, I’ve written a study guide about secret study techniques and skills and on how you can get top results on your exams and get awesome grades.

Pros: You get a pile of good information on everything you need relating to successful studying.
Cons: Nothing bad about it really although this option is not for those who can’t ‘control’ themselves. If you can manage your own affairs, then this is for you!

About the author

ABDERISAK ADAM is an author, blog writer and a PhD candidate in the institution of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology. He is also the owner and webmaster of www.study-habits.com, a website dedicated to the discussion of study techniques in the context of higher education. Adam is the author of a number of publications including 'The Study Guide PRO'. You can connect with him through Google+, Linkedin or by submitting a form.


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  1. hi guys please help me how to be keep habit in study and how concentrate in my study so plz help me thank you

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