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Study Guides & Skills

  • Academictips.org - This web site contains tips and tricks to help you manage your time, take better notes, study more effectively, improve memory, take tests, and handle the stresses of college life.

  • Making better notes - Some say taking notes helps them to concentrate. If they didn't take notes they wouldn't be able to pay attention right through a lecture, or in the case of reading, they wouldn’t really take in what they are reading

  • Notemaking - Academic success requires various competencies, among them the ability to know and use a variety of tools and techniques to generate and organize information and ideas.

  • Note Taking Techniques - "The most comprehensive note taking systems require attention on your part. You must be alert enough in class to take legible, meaningful notes.

  • Study Notes Database in Word and PDF format - The materials here are a collection of study aids made public by various students and organizations. You can search the contents of UTmed.com, including the study notes, using the search box

  • Study Shack - StudyStack provides free online tools to help students memorize information.   Students can study existing datasets or create their own to share with the rest of the internet world.   Tools includes flashcards, matching, hangman, and word search.

  • STUDY SKILL CHECKLIST - First make a print out of this document. Using your printout, read each statement and consider how it applies to you. If it does apply to you, check Y. If it does not apply to you, check N. The purpose of this inventory is to find out about your own study habits and attitudes. Virginia Tech

  • Study Skills Information - Study Magic. The study resource pages are provided to introduce you to many ideas about the learning process and effective strategies that will help you to become a more effective learner.

  • TIME AUDIT "SO WHERE DOES YOUR TIME GO?" - Time is often equated with money, and just as we often find ourselves short of cash, we also find ourselves with short of time. University of Minnesota

  • Unilearning - University of Wollongong

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