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Study hacks: surprising tips on improving learning skills for students

In the previous post, we were talking about useful techniques that help you study quickly, efficiently, and painlessly. In particular, we have discussed switching between focused and diffused modes of attention, tackling procrastination by "just doing it" (starting on the task you want to avoid for 20-30 minutes and getting the job done), and we have talked about the importance of good sleep.

How to study more easily and efficiently: tips for students on improving learning skills

If you want to improve your high school and college grades, and to have more free time, you need to check out the free online course Learning How To Learn, where two professors from University of California San Diego will share with you scientific findings from psychology, cognitive sciences, neurophysiology and anatomy the pen out the best learning strategies.