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The fundamental challenge of college is the use of your limited resources.

You only have so much time.

You only have so much energy.

You want to use that time and energy in the best way possible to maximize your grades and understanding. A big part of this is how you study different sets of information. In some classes you might want to use flashcards to learn. In other classes, flashcards will just waste your time and energy.

You can think about study material in two categories:

1. Process Oriented
2. Memory Oriented

The first thing you need to figure out when deciding how to study is which category the information you need to learn fits best. This allows you to pick the best approach to getting the information to stick.

Do you want to improve your grades?

Well… this is something you need to know…

This is a post that I plan on expanding on with more detail and examples in the future. Hopefully it will help you crush your studying in a more systematic (and easier) way.

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