Posts for Study Habits

17 Quotes About Questioning Every Student Should Know

Questioning things will take you further in life than being a know-it-all. You learn stuff, and you’re easier to be around. But don’t take our word for it. We’ve compiled a list of the 17 quotes every good student questioner should know, along with some thoughts on why. Let’s wait no further! 1. Knowing the […]
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31 Soft Skills Every Student Needs, and How to Get Them

Soft skills receive more notoriety from employers than any other job training area. Employers still look at your college degree or technical skills. But more of them want to know how you function around people. It’s easy to gloss over soft skills and think you’ll wow everyone with your smarts. But how you present yourself […]
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8 Tips for a Productive Workspace

Building a productive workspace — or in the case of coming back from Spring Break, readjusting to one — can be a challenge. There are so many distractions in today’s world, how can you be expected to leave them all behind for a meaningful amount of time? What you need is a place that forces […]
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Fake News: A Complete Guide To Stopping The Spread Of Misinformation

“Fake news” permeates social media and pretty much everywhere you turn these days, and if you’ve ever had an obnoxious relative share conspiracy theories on Facebook, then you know it isn’t going away any time soon. Well, probably. See, there is hope. And that hope starts with you. If you are reading this now, you’re […]
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49 Daily Habits You Need To Embrace In The Spring Semester

Daily habits are important for instilling the structure and productivity that you will need to thrive throughout school and life. Of course, it is up to you which types of daily habits that you embrace. For every 49 good ones — as seen below — there are 49 more that can screw you up for […]
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Richard Feynman Quotes, And His Key To Becoming An Expert At Anything

Richard Feynman is a name you need to recognize if you want to build a career of being on-demand rather than one of being automated into obscurity. As Cal Newport observed in a 2015 blog post, Feynman, a famous physicist, was more than willing to admit when he didn’t know something, and that may have […]
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The 7 Valedictorian Qualities Every Student Should Have

Valedictorian recipients are important to learn from no matter where you are in your educational journey. You may be a straight C student (or worse), who is too far into your career to make up ground and earn your school’s top academic prize, but you can still improve your life and future outlook tenfold by […]
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21 Speed Learning Tips For Students

It never seems like there is enough time in the day to learn everything that you need to know to be an effective student or a successful person. There is always someone out there who knows more and has a more creative way of approaching problems and finding solutions. The good news is that we […]
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16 Social Media Disruptions That Ruin Productivity

Social media has definitely changed the way we live and act, and not always for the better. For starters, each network — Facebook, SnapChat, Twitter, etc. — has a seemingly infinite supply of distractions. While it’s okay to go down those rabbit holes every once and a while, they are addictive by nature, and you […]
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15 Biggest Mistakes Students Are Making

Student mistakes are nothing new. We’ve all been where you were, and we were all unprepared for what lay ahead. Therefore, don’t beat yourself up too much as you read through this list, because it certainly isn’t given with the intent of beating you up. Life is a series of trials and errors. In it, […]
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