Library and Learning Skills

Library and Learning Skills

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Notetaking in the upper elementary school classrooms | A more detailed explanation of the Cornell Method can be found here

Notetaking in the upper elementary school classrooms | A more detailed explanation of the Cornell Method can be found here

CPA Exam Mistake Number 5 - Focusing On Your Strengths Instead Of Your Weaknesses - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com #cpaexam #cpaexamsuccess

CPA Exam Mistake Number 5 - Focusing On Your Strengths Instead Of Your Weaknesses - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com #cpaexam #cpaexamsuccess

Mistake #1 - Not Making A Personalized Study Plan - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com  #cpaexam #cpaexamsuccess

Mistake #1 - Not Making A Personalized Study Plan - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com #cpaexam #cpaexamsuccess

Planning for The CPA Exam: How Long Should I Study? - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com

Planning for The CPA Exam: How Long Should I Study? - CPA Exam Club www.cpaexamclub.com

Ah, May ... for seniors, it's the month of graduation, but for the rest of the collegiate classes it's finals time! Here's a handy infographic to help

Ah, May ... for seniors, it's the month of graduation, but for the rest of the collegiate classes it's finals time! Here's a handy infographic to help

10 ways to stay calm and reduce stress during finals - great ways to manage mental health during finals season!

10 ways to stay calm and reduce stress during finals - great ways to manage mental health during finals season!

How to prepare for essay exams: Print a copy of your notes for the class for each essay question and read all of your notes. Highlight what you need for each question on the separate copies. Make an outline. Reread the outline and highlights over and over. Write a skeleton essay. This is how you avoid stress and get A's. You will know you know it.

How to prepare for essay exams: Print a copy of your notes for the class for each essay question and read all of your notes. Highlight what you need for each question on the separate copies. Make an outline. Reread the outline and highlights over and over. Write a skeleton essay. This is how you avoid stress and get A's. You will know you know it.