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Being a good student is hard work! To be a good student you have to know how to study, and knowing how to study is like knowing how to drive a car - there are skills that you have to learn that, once you learn them, will stay with you for a lifetime.

Do you find that you study for hours and still do poorly on tests? Do you have difficulty learning from textbooks? Are your class notes just not up to snuff? Check out the links below to learn some basic strategies that will help you study more effectively and experience greater success in school.

Ten Traps of Studying

Study Strategies

How-To-Study.com