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If you’re a college or high school student looking to earn better grades without studying more then you’re in the right place.

Smart Student Secrets is all about how to dominate at studying by learning what thousands of students have already learned. This blog can teach you how to:

  • Score grades near the top of your class.
  • Finish studying in less time than it takes the average student to sit down to start studying.
  • Spend more time with those you care about.
  • Beat your teachers at their own game by learning the tricks they would never tell you.
  • Make all your friends wish they were “as smart as you.”
  • Realize your potential to be AWESOME.

It sounds pretty cool, right? But who the hell am I to make these kinds of claims? Well… you can learn a bit about me and Smart Student Secrets here.

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100StudySecretsMasterYourMemory17Kick-AssStudyStrategiesThere are over 100,000 words worth of articles on this blog today. I’ve also written 4 books on these subjects. You can get my fourth book for free at the bottom of this page. I happen to recommend almost all of it but, I get it, you’re human. (Fun fact: Am I too! We have so much in common!)

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Efficient Studying

The 15 Minute Study Strategy

Get Better Grades: 17 Scientific Strategies To Hack Studying

The Formula To Study Success

The Unfortunate Truth About Study Time

The Study Buildup Dilemma

How To Study A Textbook (Without Banging Your Head Against It)

The Discipline of Not Studying

Efficient Homework

Skip Your Homework (Sometimes)

9 Strategies To Make Homework A Breeze (Cliche Free)

7 Things They Don’t Tell You About Essays

Implied Hoops And Success In School

 

Learn Better

Your Zen Method: How To Study, Learn, And Love The Process

Find Patterns In Everything (But Doubt Them All)

What Wikipedia Can Teach You About Learning: 3 Lessons

The Secret Of Stubborn Study Tactics

 

College Guidance

High School vs College: What Changes & What Doesn’t

7 College Essay Tips That Will Land You The Spot

College Isn’t For Me. What Now? – Q/A

Q/A – Is This A Good Major?

College Dropout Advice Worth Hearing

 

Test Strategies

17 Test Taking Tips For Mindblowing Results

How To Become Unshakable On Tests

9 Multiple Choice Test Tips

How To Cram For A Test

 

Members Only Stuff

The Greatest Study Hack Is This…

5 Other Things You Should Know Graduating From High School

The Most Powerful College Alternative

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101 Strategies To Improve Your Grades Without Studying More

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