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How to Study

Nonfiction: EDUCATION / Study Skills
Unabridged   6 hour(s)
Publication date: 01/04/2016

How to Study

25th Anniversary Edition

Available from major retailers or BUY FROM AMAZON
Audio CD ISBN:9781681680286
Digital Download ISBN:9781681680293


More than 3 Million Copies of the Series Sold!

The best-selling How to Study has helped millions of students study smarter, not harder. For its 25th anniversary, it is undergoing the most extensive revision in a decade.

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Product Description

How to Study reveals the study skills that all students need to know to be successful, whether the goal is landing a top scholarship, excelling in school, or preparing to return to school. This edition includes information on how to create an effective work environment, stand out in class, conduct research online, and much more. Fry also covers all the traditional elements of a winning study strategy, such as reading, writing, time management, memory, and test-taking skills. How to Study introduces a revolutionary study system, along with examples, that give students the edge in any learning environment.

How to Study also:
* Prepares students of all ages to excel in their classes by developing effective study skills.
* Shows students, in a quick, easy-to-read style, the essential skills that can be applied outside the classroom and later in life.
* Includes study tips for teaching and studying with young children; advice for fighting mid-study fatigue and boredom; tips for in-class learning; and more.

Author Bio

Ron Fry has written more than 40 books, including 101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interviewand the bestselling How to Study program. The founder and president of the now 30-year-old Career Press, he has been an acknowledged authority, frequent speaker, and popular seminar leader on a variety of job-search topics at schools and associations nationwide, including Harvard University, the Center for Communication, and many more. He has appeared or been featured on hundreds of TV and radio shows and in thousands of magazine and newspaper articles