How to Study
- The 9 Easy Steps to Become a Straight-A Student in Every Subject
- Narrated by: Mark Pena
- Length: 24 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-08-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Study Skills 2015
Regular price: $3.95
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You are capable of becoming a straight-A student. You just need to learn to study more efficiently by listening to this book. Every student aspires for excellent marks in his or her studies. After all, in the current educational system, there's no better proof of your hard work and commitment to your studies than having excellent marks.
Some students study for hours and hours, only to receive a C+ average on their exams. This book will teach you how to "study smarter, not harder". Learn the nine easy steps to becoming a straight-A student now!
Here is a preview of what you will learn:
How to set priorities and organize your studying time
How to create a conducive environment for learning....
How a positive mindset will help boost confidence and gain memory improvement....
How your sleep schedule will affect your grades....
How to get rid of studying distractions....
You are capable of becoming a straight-A student. Despite your doubts and reservations, you are in a position to climb up and reach the top of the excellence ladder. And you will be surprised that the journey to the top is not really complicated at all. You just need to understand a few basic things - nine steps in all - to start your way to becoming the best.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Tasexton1989 on 08-28-16
didn't teach me how to study.
came out to be pretty lame. Didn't actually teach me how to study just tells you what to do before you study. also covered how to break up time and be organized but didn't actually help with any study strategy, very disappointed.
By giggleblue on 07-11-16
Missed Words and Mumbling
It seems like a family member was solicited for the audiobook and that minimal if any editing was done. The reader misspeaks and mumbles consistently. The sound quality is also poor. Luckily the book was less than $5. It may not even be worth that much.