Study Skills for High School Students


The Effective Study Skills Handbook

Everything you need to know to get organized, get better grades, pass your exams, study less and have more time to yourself!

 

Study Skills Handbook



bullettGetting Organized! This is half the battle right here -- if you are organized, everything else flows.

bullettTake our short quiz and see where you need to improve and then read our suggestions for improving. Learn more >>>

bullettTime Savers! Getting your homework, study space organized will save a huge amount of time. Here are some tips and advice >>>


bullettHow to Make a Study Plan
- Getting Organized is key to success. Figuring out what you need to learn and what you already know will save you time. Learn more >>>


bullettStudy Groups - Study groups are a great way to study, get more done, and learn more. Here are some tips for study groups >>>



High School Study Quote of the day July 25th, 2014

High School Study Quote of the day
July 25th, 2014

Submitted tips on improving your High School study skills. Got a study tip to share? Send it in


Find a distinct fragrance, some kind of perfume or incense or something, and spray that fragrance whenever you study for the test. Then, on the test day, make sure you can smell that fragrance on your clothes. This is a great way to help you study because on the test day you will be able to recall a lot of the information you studied just from smelling that fragrance. But pick a fragrance you dont smell all the time.

-- Ria

 




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