Category Archives: Study Tips

Dos and Donts while studying maths

You are probably wondering why an article addressing the question what not to do while studying mathematics? Well let me explain, most students tend to study mathematics via ineffective ways and don’t realize what they are doing wrong. To highlight things that can affect your study of maths is important. So let me begin by

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14 Tips to Improve Maths

Most students find a subject like Mathematics taxing to the brain, a frustration builder and annoying. It is not surprising that most students hate the subject altogether. The reason to all of these reactions is simply that they find arithmetics quite puzzling and tough. This is a similar case with most students and you are

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Tips to Improve English

Most students are fluent in their native languages but with a language like English that is not the case. Some students are able to write English but when it comes to conversing in English these individuals tend to falter due to lack of confidence. To build your confidence in the English language here are some

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Study Tips for Learning Styles

Learning styles are nothing but the way in which individuals store information or knowledge to recall at a later point in time. There are 3 basic learning styles namely Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic. On a general note most individuals usually use a combination of these that range from 2 to 3 styles respectively. Based on

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Tips to Improve Memory

How often has this happened to you; you studied a theory and you weren’t able to remember it when the same question came for the exam, or you weren’t able to recollect the points of a topic taught in class. The reasons for these are several, either you weren’t able to follow what was taught

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Time Management Tips for students

Do you often find yourself running short of time? Do you tell yourself that there wasn’t enough of time given to complete a task? Is the number of tasks overwhelming you? Do you wonder where the time went? Such is the story of most students these days. This is probably a case of ineffective time

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