This book is college students' No.1 Choice! Learn and remember more in less time! "How to Study" shows you the smart way to study! "How to Study: And Other Skills for Success in College". This essential college survival guide gives you proven study techniques - pretested for you by thousands of successful college students - to help you learn more and earn better grades, while actually reducing study time. In fact long, hard hours with your textbooks can be counterproductive. "How to Study" shows you just what to do to optimize your study time, with special tips for difficult subjects like math and chemistry.You also get techniques for upgrading your test-taking skills and improving writing, research, and reading abilities. In addition, this revised and updated edition of "How to Study" gives you solid, down-to-earth advice on handling living arrangements, how to organize study groups, utilize campus services, the latest on computer aids, and various tools for help with personal adjustment. No one's saying college isn't challenging. But if you want to enjoy it more, get better grades, and find more time for extracurricular activities, this guide is the tool for you!
Put these tactics into action like: motivational self survey; super schedule; student quality; quiz; mental rejoinders; studying out loud; the Five R's of note taking; study/class time ratio; six ways to read better; ways to upgrade writing; true-false test-taking tips; essay question tools; and, seven keys to adjusting to college.It includes special tips for difficult subjects, foreign languages, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and, physics.
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(228mm x 182mm x 16mm)
Schaum Outline Series
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Allan Mundsack
Allan Mundsack, MA, is presently on the mathematics faculty at Los Angeles Pierce College, and has spent 29 years teaching mathematics in the California State College system. He was twice elected President of the Academic Senate at Los Angeles Mission College, where he was vice-chairman of the mathematics department. He is a frequent speaker and presenter at mathematics conventions, and is the author of several books. HOMETOWN: Winnetka, CA