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Are you struggling in School? Wonder how others seem to get better grades with less effort? Does it take you hours to learn or remember things that you’ve studied over and over? Or do you just want to improve your study skills, reduce study time, and improved your grades? In “How To Study Smart” the author shares the frustrations and stories about high school and college, while telling about how he suddenly expanded his study skills overnight. “How To Study Smart” is a fantastic opportunity for any student to boost his or her study skills. This book will take the reader on a journey of humor, intrigue and simple illustrations demonstrating the secrets behind the retention of important information. Difficult studies can become easy, testing becomes much less stressful and confidence will follow. As a struggling student for many years, the author had a moment when he took a tremendous jump in his academic abilities. He went from just an average student to an Honors Student overnight when a Dean at a graduate school spent about 20 minutes with him and taught him the basics of how to study. Those 20 minutes opened the door to new opportunities. His GPA jumped almost a full point. The author graduated with honors, and was placed on the National Dean’s List. This book is the result of what he was shown, and additional methods that he learned from other Honors Students while attending graduate school. These are universal techniques that may be used with most subjects. The book is short but concise with examples and principles to follow. These techniques will help to increase retention of information while reducing the amount of time needed to study. The author also teaches you techniques to help during testing. These techniques may be used in any level of education including high school, college, graduate school, or trade school. It’s never too soon or too late to improve your study skills. With this book, you get Thirty-three Principles to help improve your studies and testing. “How To Study Smart” can be read in a couple of evenings but the information can impact a lifetime. “How To Study Smart!” This is the book you’re looking for. Buy it!

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