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Study Methods Make all the Difference to a Student's Grades

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The final examinations are just around the corner. Teachers the world over will be instructing their students to go home and "study". Some teachers will even use classroom and tuition time to get their administrative tasks up to date while they inform their students that they will be given the English lesson, for example, "to revise for the examinations."

Unfortunately, many students do not actually have the tools or techniques required to equip them to study. Many a teacher has been horrified to see little Johnny sitting staring at a textbook for twenty minutes or so. When asked what he is doing, he will very seriously reply, "I am studying, Ma'am."

Teachers need to make sure that along with the content of their subject which they teach; that they have given their students study method tools to enable the students to prepare for tests and examinations. When a student receives low marks for a test, he or she will be asked immediately, "Did you study for this test?" The child will generally feel aggrieved and reply in the affirmative. The question posed should not necessarily be "Did you study for this test? " but rather, "How did you study for this test?"

Believe it or not, study skills are are in most high schools a so-called scarce skill. Teachers the world over need to equip children with study skills and techniques that work. Study skills will obviously need to be slightly adapted to suit the particular learning style of the individual student. A well-constructed study methods course will make provision for individual learning preferences, and probably include a mixture of the various styles of memorizing and retaining knowledge.

There are many wonderful products out there which teachers can access to assist their students. One such product is a book which one can download in PDF file format called "Get The Best Grades With The Least Amount of Effort" written by Dr Marc Dussault. The title alone will entice the laziest of students to agree to follow the program presented.

This incredibly useful and effective book includes a five step program to organize study and homework tasks, six powerful recall methods, seven studying shortcuts and tested methods to improve test and examination performance. For more information, teachers and students can visit Dr Dussault's website and order a copy of this very helpful book. Simply click the link below to place your order:

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Here's to improved final examination results next month; students need to "Study smarter, not study harder".

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Study Methods Make all the Difference to a Student's Grades


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