These printables have been carefully curated to guide your learning and studying habits. Some are created by students, for students, while others are the result of decades of proven research into the functioning of our brains. Committed use of these strategies will provide results you can see-- in reading comprehension, information retention, improved focus, reduced procrastination, and many other areas.

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10 Rules of good studying

Best practices based on research from learning expert and author Barb Oakley

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Characteristics of outstanding and average students

Curious what great students do to separate themselves from the rest?

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How procrastination works

Avoid the temporary reward of procrastination to reach your long-term goals and the meaningful reward that follows

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the study cycle

Improve your grades by following the optimal model for college studying

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LEARNING HOW TO LEARN

Being aware of your brain's processes is the key to optimizing your learning

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