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Good study habits lead to success. Not intelligence. Not luck. Effective and efficient studying will help you succeed and these tips will help you build your study skills.

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Time Saving Reading Strategies

Do you find that you have a hard time remembering what you read? Do you wish you could get more out of your readings for class? Learn more about a reading strategy that will save you time and increase your knowledge of the material.

Other Top Resources

These are the top resources we have identified to help you improve your study skills.

  • Titan Thursday: Think About Your Thinking
    Not all study strategies are the same. Anna Tingley and Michael Crews (both Senior Instructional Support Specialists in Learning Resources) present study strategies that can help you maximize the effectiveness of your study time and improve your success in the classroom.

  • Titan Thursday: Taking GREAT Notes
    Do you find that it is hard to understand your notes? Do you wish you could use your notes as a study guide? Watch this Titan Thursday session to learn more about note-taking strategies that can help you increase your knowledge of course material and help you prepare for exams.

  • The 9 BEST Scientific Study Tips, AsapSCIENCE
    Which study tips and tricks actually work scientifically, and can help you get those perfect grades? Watch this video to find out.

  • 5 Signs You Need A Tutor, The Princeton Review
    This list outlines how to know if you should seek out assistance from a tutor.

    Discover proven ways to study not just harder but smarter. Learn how you can create a detailed study plan, maximize the time you spend studying, take meaningful notes, and save time when preparing for exams—all while keeping stress levels low and your grades high.

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View our entire collection of resources that will take your study skills to the next level.

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