Did you ever notice when you were in school that some students did better than others when it came to tests or exams? Now why do you think that was so? Were these students any smarter than you? Not really. So why then did they do better than you?
The answer is simple. It takes a certain skill set to become a good student. Some people believe, simply because they don't know any better, that it is just a matter of intelligence. Baloney! As I said it takes a certain skill set. For example it requires that you do not just listen to the teacher, but that you take good notes. The emphasis here is on the word "good" notes. It also requires that you do your homework in a conducive setting where you are not distracted, where you are comfortable (not too comfortable) and where you can focus on what you are trying to learn.
In this book, the author teaches you how to study. Very few students are fortunate enough to learn all these skills. That is why those who know these skills generally do better than the students who never even heard of them.
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