Study Skills Self-help Information

Study Skills Self-help Information You will find yourself asking, "Why didn't I know all this stuff before I started high school?" The site, from Virginia Tech's Cook Counseling Center, offers excellent advice on topics such as note-taking, editing lecture notes, the SQ3R method, and much more. Have
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Study Skills Self-help Information


You will find yourself asking, "Why didn't I know all this stuff before I started high school?" The site, from Virginia Tech's Cook Counseling Center, offers excellent advice on topics such as note-taking, editing lecture notes, the SQ3R method, and much more. Have your middle-school / high school students read it as a tutorial, or use the segments as jumping-off places for discussions about studying techniques.

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