Have you ever struggled with remembering what you study? You studied for hours before the test, but you just can’t seem to recall anything once you see the question. If this sounds like you, you’re in the right place. There are many students who’ve experienced the same thing as you, and don’t . . .
Do you ever wonder– how do the 4.0 kids do it? It may seem to you that some students are simply superior in their studying abilities, but that is not completely true. Good students don’t just have “better” brains. Good students know how to study efficiently and effectively and thus practice . . .
Sometimes, you may lose motivation in school and wonder: what’s the point? Do grades even matter? And although it’s true that high school should be a period of exploration and enjoyment, it would be wrong to assume that your academic grades don’t play a role in your future. Knowing why good . . .
Do you hate studying, but wish you didn’t? There are students all over the world who are just like you; they hate studying, yet they know its benefits and wish they could love it. If you’re here, reading this post, then I applaud you for already making an effort to stop hating studying. Of . . .
The SAT is not easy. Out of the 2 million students who take the SAT each year, only around 3% get a 1500 or higher; less than a fraction of 1% of test-takers get a 1600 (source). However, it’s not impossible to get a good score. And even if you didn’t score ideally in a past SAT, that doesn’t . . .
If you are a current high school student in the United States, the SAT is probably on your college prep checklist. If you’re an underclassman, you have some time to prepare (good job on starting early!); if you’re an upperclassman, this post will definitely help you cram more effectively. Though . . .