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The Best (and Worst) Study Habits

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The Best (and Worst) Study Habits

School has started up again, and it’s never too early to start refining your study skills and prep for the months ahead. But we don’t all study — or learn — in the same way, so some methods that work for one person may not work so well for the next. Do you learn best through visuals, reading and writing, hands-on, or listening? In this educational infographic, find out which methods of studying are best suited for your learning style, how to ensure a successful study session, and some common studying mistakes to avoid. Now go study — but don’t forget to give yourself a break!

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