STUDY SKILLS are valuable strategies for how you learn, plan, organize, and communicate. Successful tactics help you organize yourself, process new information efficiently, make critical decisions about that information, and access it at a later time.
Everyone has a basic learning style. There are three general types. By knowing how you learn, you can then develop strategies to enhance your learning potential.
For quick and fun quizzes to find YOUR learning style, visit the NC State Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire.
SQ3R stands for “Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review.” This is a confirmed method to sharpen your study skills.
Check out the SQ3R Reading techniques site the most from reading assignments:
Using effective note-taking methods will make studying and test-taking much easier for you. Want to know how to get your class notes into shape? Review these note-taking tips.
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