The Top 5 Best Study Tips

A lot of people have asked me what the top 5 best study tips are, here they are, in order.

  1. Learning your cognitive learning style (Chapter 1 of my study book)
  2. Speed Reading (click on the hyperlink for my speed reading course)
  3. MindMapping (click on the hyperlink to access my new program with visual artist Paul Telling)
  4. Exponential note taking (Chapter 4 of my study book called “How to write down everything the teacher says!)
  5. Reading before going to class (explained in my speed learning video program)

I would focus on acquiring these skills in this numerical order so that as you start to walk, you’ll be able to run by the time you get to #5.

Getting better grades is not hard, in fact it’s quite easy – when you know what to do and how to do it!

4 Responses to “The Top 5 Best Study Tips”

  • Main tips like speed reading course have to be paid which causes major problem to poors like me plz help me

    • Unfortunately, for me to keep helping students get better grades, I need to charge a nominal fee to maintain the website, promote and distribute the products. I have priced all my products at the most economical price which should make it accessible to almost all students. If you are really poor, you can get a few classmates together, purchase it and share it. Where there’s a will, there’s always a way. That’s one of the many lessons I teach students and business people. Asking for something for free is not a way to be or become successful.

      I worked for everything I have. One dollar at a time and invested over $150,000 in my education. You are the most valuable asset (thing) you can invest in.

      Good luck and I hope you find a way to make it happen.

  • I taught a speed reading class in college. I always found it interesting how many students would say they didn’t have time for that class because they already had too much homework. It drove me NUTS!! If they just took a few hours to learn even just the basics of my speed reading skills, they would have found HOURS opened up to them in their homework time. I also agree with your note-taking. I mean, I agree with all of them- but I think many students today are terrible note takers and don’t even realize how much that hinders their progress.

  • I can’t wait to learn more aboud mind-mapping. It sounds so condusive to success. Great tips here- I agree with every single one.

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