Check out the list of annotated
links to practical Study tips and guides under four different categories. Compiled
by the Yes Pakistan team, these tips are aimed to help the high school and university
students master their memorization, learning, time-management, and examination
General Study Tips
This study guide offers great suggestions for how you can improve the efficiency
of your study habits.
Tips for Middle School and High School Students
For our younger visitors, the sooner you learn to get organized the better off
you will be.
Three Late Night
For those of you who seriously need to cram at the very last minute, this is
the place for you.
Having a hard staying motivated? You're not alone. This university page offers
some common situations and explanations to help you understand what you may
Study Tips from the Master Slacker
How to get A's and still have a life.
An excellent source for learning the tricks to taking multiple choice, true/false,
matching, fill-in-the-blank, and essay question type tests.
with Test Anxiety
Some students experience physical symptoms of anxiety before and during exams
(an upset stomach, sweaty palms, etc.). If this is a problem for you, try some
of the suggestions below.
Do I Show What I Know?
Here is a detailed outline to help you break down your study time and ace that
for a Test
This is a brief page but contains good advice on how to keep on top of studying.
Student Survival Guide
Although this site is promoting a book on the subject it contains some great
information. It's presented in a top-ten list style so it's easy quick and easy
to Be a Student
This site reinforces traditional advice with a few new ideas that you maybe
haven't heard yet.
Managing your time while you are in college can be extremely difficult. In high
school you had weekly assignments and tests to keep you on track, and at work
a boss monitors your output. This page offers some time management strategies
used by students at UIC to achieve their study goals.
Ten Ways to DO IT NOW
This article extensively discusses 10 practical remedies for laziness and its
& Forms of Procrastination
What is Procrastination? Technically, it refers to the avoidance of a specific
task or work which needs to be accomplished. This article highlights the psychological
and theoretical aspects of laziness and provides help on overcoming procrastination
by raising some questions involving real-life examples.
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