By Thomas Frank
Becoming a more beneficial learner and boosting your productiveness can help you earn greater grades - yet it’ll additionally shrink in your learn time. it is a brief, meaty booklet that might advisor you thru ten steps to attaining these goals:
- Pay larger awareness in class
- Take better notes
- Get extra from your textbooks
- Plan like a general
- Build a greater learn environment
- Fight entropy and remain organized
- Defeat Procrastination
- Study smarter
- Write higher papers
- Make team initiatives suck less
Whether you’re in university or highschool, this e-book will most likely assist you. yet no longer if you’re a raccoon. i would like to be very transparent approximately that; if you’re a raccoon, please purchase a distinct ebook. This one will do completely not anything for you. How did you even discover ways to learn, anyway?
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10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades by Thomas Frank