How to use your mind for study [NOOK Book]

Overview

Here's a sample of some of the things you'll learn:

That the best way to study for an exam is, believe it or not, cramming!

The benefits of cramming is that at such a time, one usually works at a high plane of efficiency; the task of ...
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How to use your mind for study

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Overview

Here's a sample of some of the things you'll learn:

That the best way to study for an exam is, believe it or not, cramming!

The benefits of cramming is that at such a time, one usually works at a high plane of efficiency; the task of reviewing in a few hours the work of an entire course is so huge that the attention is closely concentrated, impressions are made vividly, and the entire mentality is tuned up so that facts are well impressed, coordinated and retained.

How to get a mental second wind anytime you need it

It's totally natural for someone to get mentally exhausted after hours of study and even tho your brain is telling you to stop, you know you must keep going, but it feels impossible.... BUT it is possible to gain a second wind and steal a few more hours of productive study time out of the day and out of your body and I show you how.

How to master the art of effective note taking!

Students, as a rule, do not realize that there is any skill involved in taking notes. Not until examination time arrives and they try vainly to labor through a maze of scribbling, do they realize that there must be some system in note-taking. A careful examination of note-taking shows that there are rules or principles, which, when followed, have much to do with increasing ability in study.

How to become insatiably interested in any subject, no matter how boring it is....

"I can't get interested in Mediaeval History." This illustrates a kind of complaint frequently made by college students. In this chapter I show you simple techniques that make learning about any subject more interesting. It's really quite simple, yet very powerful.

I also show you how to get your body into peak physical and mental health for peak performance

And so much more!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012860699
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 7/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,417,821
  • File size: 295 KB

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