Study smarter, not harder! Every high school and college student would love to know how to get the highest grades with the least amount of effort. This book gives students a guiding philosophy for every class, every time, laying the foundation for lifelong learning. With the wisdom gained from these tips, success stories from other students, and mini-assessments, they'll be empowered to succeed in class preparation, reading comprehension, exam-taking, and more. ?No one method fits every student, so included are many tried-and-true methods ?Useful for every subject, from foreign languages to mathematics, from high school through college and beyond ?Helps students find their particular learning stylesCollege papers are subject to a variety of terminologies, and not all professors use the terms to mean the same things. ... your thoughts about the piece of writing and also thoughts expressed by others in secondary sources (literary criticism, for example). ... [Expository] essays, which may support a theme or argue a thesis, are aimed at communicating thoughts with clarity, and ideally, with pleasure.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Study Skills|
|Author||:||Randall S. Hansen, PhD|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2008-09-02|