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1. Time

1.1. ABC List

1.1.1. A - most important

1.1.2. B - next important

1.1.3. C - least important

1.2. Stop Procrastinating

1.2.1. Action Generates Motivation

1.2.2. Create Goals

1.2.3. Work Under Presuure

1.3. 25 Ways to Make the Most of your Time

1.4. Be Here Now

1.4.1. Focus on the task at hand

1.4.2. Let the voice in your mind focus

1.5. Create Lists and Goals

1.6. Plan

1.6.1. Break large projects into smaller tasks

2. Reading

2.1. Muscle Reading

2.1.1. Phase 1

2.1.1.1. Preview

2.1.1.2. Outline

2.1.1.3. Question

2.1.2. Phase 2

2.1.2.1. Read

2.1.2.2. Underline

2.1.2.3. Answer

2.1.3. Phase 3

2.1.3.1. Recite

2.1.3.2. Review

2.1.3.3. Review Again

2.1.4. Pry Out Questions Root Up Answers Recite, Review, Review Again

2.2. Take Breaks

2.3. Read Fast

2.4. Have a large vocabulary

2.5. Find an activity for your children while reading

3. Memory

3.1. Jungle

3.1.1. Short term memory

3.1.2. Long term memory

3.2. 20 Memory Techniques

3.3. Set traps for memory

3.3.1. turn ring backwards

3.3.2. tie a triple knot in shoelace

3.3.3. put unusual item in pocket

3.4. Keep brain healthy and fit

3.4.1. socialize

3.4.2. physical activity

3.4.3. brain healthy diet

3.5. Mnemonic devices

3.5.1. Acronyms

3.5.2. Acrostics

3.5.3. Rhymes and Songs

3.5.4. Loci System

3.5.5. Peg System

4. Note-Taking

4.1. Focus while in Class

4.1.1. Sit front and center

4.1.2. Bring the right materials

4.1.3. Note important points

4.2. Technique

4.2.1. Use pictures and diagrams

4.2.2. Underline/star

4.2.3. Use key words

4.3. Cornell Method

4.3.1. Cue Column

4.3.2. Notes

4.3.3. Summary

4.4. Mind Maps

4.5. Outlining

4.6. Review and SUmmarize

4.7. Concept Maps

5. Learning Styles

5.1. Learners

5.1.1. Mode 1

5.1.1.1. concrete and reflective

5.1.2. Mode 2

5.1.2.1. abstract and reflective

5.1.3. Mode 3

5.1.3.1. abstract and active

5.1.4. Mode 4

5.1.4.1. concrete and active

5.2. VAK system

5.2.1. Visual

5.2.2. Auditory

5.2.3. Kinesthetic

5.3. Multiple Intelligences

5.3.1. Verbal/linguistic

5.3.2. Mathematical/logical

5.3.3. Visual/Spatial

5.3.4. Bodily/kinesthetic

5.3.5. Musica/Rhythmic

5.3.6. Intrapersonal

5.3.7. Interpersonal

5.3.8. Naturalistic

5.4. Four Modes

5.4.1. Concrete Experience

5.4.2. Reflective Observation

5.4.3. Abstract Conceptualization

5.4.4. Active Experiementation