Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Study Magazine Weekend Recap: 4 Stories in Education

Welcome to this week’s “Weekend Recap”, a series in which we keep you up to date with the best stories on Study Magazine.

Here are the 4 top stories from last week.

The Top 5 Improvements You Can Make for Next Semester
Making a few simple changes today can really help bolster your performance in 2011. The right combination of throwing out the bad stuff, while focusing on the good, will help your work and your outlook.

Context is Key When Studying with a Learning Disability
If you’re frustrated by trying to cope with a learning disability and a reading lists that’s never been longer, there are solutions. Research suggests that focusing on the material’s context (instead of the exact details) may help you read faster and absorb more.

Know Before You Go: College Fairs
College fairs can either be a great or terrible thing for people uncertain about the future. With so many schools vying for your attention, you may get information overload. Follow our advice and use our checklist to make sure you get the most of the experience.

Top 5 Things You’ll MISS About Being a Student
We know they’re hard to see now, but when you look back you’re going to see a few things you miss about student-life. The socializing, the support, the rush, the possibilities; these will all be missed when you graduate.

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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