Six study habits to avoid and adopt
No matter what age or academic level, employing effective studying strategies can make all the difference between acing a class, barely passing, or worse, failing miserably. Unfortunately, many of today’s most common study methods can lead to utter disappointment despite best efforts and intentions. In fact, recent research out of the University of Wisconsin-Madison found many popular study habits are not beneficial at all, and in some cases, are actually detrimental.
This year, ditch the surprisingly shoddy study habits and utilize proven effective and emerging technology-based strategies as building blocks to get ahead — in school, and ultimately, in life.
With this in mind, EdTech authority and academic futurist Ashish Rangnekar, CEO of BenchPrep, offers this insight on six unexpectedly bad study habits to avoid and six good-sense study habits sure to keep students on track toward academic success.
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