You can score high and still have tons of free time.
I know that probably sounds pretty crazy. It’s hundreds of pages of things that students need to know to make it happen. I spent years struggling in school before I started to learn these strategies.
School can be easy.
Most of the challenges come from the poor strategies you’ve been taught. The solution to your study problem isn’t spending more time banging your head into the wall.
The human brain naturally learns. You have all the tools you need installed in you from birth. All you need is a reminder how thousands of students have learned to use them.
You can score straight A’s and enjoy the process.
This book is all about the “other” strategies you can use to increase your grades.
The fundamental subject I try to avoid is traditional studying. Sure… you can still study to score even higher but you usually won’t have to. So far I’ve been getting great feedback from the readers. I’d love to hear what you think of it.
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- Why You Screwed Up In The Past Because Of The Things They Forced You To Do – And What To Do Instead
- How To Get A Top Score (Even If You’re Failing Assignments Now)
- 5 Biggest Reasons Students Get Bummed And Give Up
- How to prepare for a test so well that test day is easier than studying
- Learn to predict what’s on the test with (almost) perfect accuracy
- How to use the most science-backed study strategy to study in a fraction of the time
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