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Dealing with Test Anxiety, Part 1

For many college students, class lectures and assignments are a breeze. But when it comes time to study and take the test (or perhaps a CLEP Test), anxiety derails confidence, causes a number of physical and mental ailments, and lowers test scores. During midterm and the dreaded finals week, test anxiety can manifest itself in … Read More >

A Breakdown of Learning Styles

At Speedyprep, we understand that people learn in very different ways. Here’s a breakdown of different learning styles, and how these learners achieve learning permanence. Visual Visual learners access the occipital lobes of the brain. They learn best through pictures, diagrams, graphs, and videos. Visual learners often have a great spatial understanding, which allows them … Read More >

20 Tips For Mastering Public Speaking

Many people claim to fear public speaking more than death.  Unfortunately, most people will have to speak in public many times throughout their lives. Rather than living in fear of your next speech, use these twenty tips to master the art of persuasive speaking. #1 Watch The Experts The best way to start learning good … Read More >

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9 Ways To Impress Your Professors

If you build a good relationship with your professor, it doesn’t need to end after you finish the course. Your professor is probably an expert in their field, and they can be an amazing source of information and help when you encounter related problems in other classes or even in the work world. Perhaps most … Read More >

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8 Ways To Improve Your Memory

Of all the tools in a student’s mental toolbox, memory is one of the most used… and least improved. Think about it. You’ve practiced reading and writing, but when was the last time you took a class on memory. Thankfully, you don’t need a class to improve your memory – just a couple of new … Read More >

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