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Time Management, Organizational Skills, and Study Skills

Study Methods

 Simply reading material and underlining is not an effective way to learn material. What else can you do? Here are some ideas.


There are several study apps you can use on your phone that will help you make your own flashcards, or will allow you to use material other students have created. One advantage of this is that if you find yourself with a few minutes of free time, it's easy to pull out your phone and review material. Here are a few suggestions for free apps.

Quizlet is a free app used to study various subjects through online learning tools and games. The app has a variety of features that can be used to create your own flashcards, quizzes, and practice tests. There are also games you can play as well to help you study.


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Coggle is an Online tool you can use to create your own flowcharts and mind maps.


Checklists and Tips

Learn About the Top 9 Places To Study

Which Study Habits Can You Improve?


Complete the checklist above to improve your study habits!!