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How To Attain High Scores In Tests And Examinations At High School, College And University Pierre Du Plessis

How To Attain High Scores In Tests And Examinations At High School, College And University

Pierre Du Plessis

Published June 27th 2011
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The best study techniques are revealed in this report. The magic secret is in the combination of certain known techniques, with a less known technique, in a very specific way, which most teachers and lecturers are unaware of, as revealed in recentMoreThe best study techniques are revealed in this report. The magic secret is in the combination of certain known techniques, with a less known technique, in a very specific way, which most teachers and lecturers are unaware of, as revealed in recent research by a group of psychologists.The story in this e-book starts with the author explaining how he gradually transformed into a better person and eventually became an achiever in sports and academics.After that and some analysis of problems facing young people, the contents move into high gear, explaining how high school scholars and undergraduate students can get higher scores in tests and examinations.The purpose of the narrations, is to inspire other young people to also become academic achievers with the help of the real easy methods explained in the core message.These easy methods concentrate on how to condense learning material, which is forever increasing with each consecutive study year and how to rearrange it for increased brain retention. Yet another unique method explains how to further increase recalling abilities.In my opinion the contents can help thousands of young people achieve higher marks in tests and examinations and at the same time help many students and parents alike, to get rid of examination stress, anxiety and frustration.With these methods many learners will be able to pursue higher study goals and set their sights on more lucrative career paths.If one can get higher grades, more windows of opportunities like finance, bursaries, grants and scholarships can also become reachable to make career dreams come true.These same study methods, once mastered, can also become a lifelong study companion in later adult continuous education, like post-graduate studies, other external courses, internal training and seminars, which will confront most adults trying to stay on top of developments in their fields of specialization.The future career outlooks of too many scholars and students are foiled at an unnecessary early stage, merely due to lack of knowledge of improved study methods. They either get a low grade, average grade, fail or loose courage to improve grades and the end result may, in many cases, be a down scaling of career dreams.The remarkable study advice in this e-book can be a refreshing encouragement for thousands of students to a better learning experience, a higher self-esteem, an increase in personal academic potential and eventually a better adult career life.These same methods helped me to do the equivalent of 6 grade twelves in three years on a part-time basis, with high to distinction pass marks for my Masters in Business Leadership, through the University of South Africa, while I was full time employed.This e-book shows one how to structure the study technique of summarizing as a work reduction technique and at the same time also stimulate recalling abilities, plus how to combine it with the study technique of keyword association to further strengthen remembrance for reproduction of answers to test and examination questions.Each of these two study techniques, when used in isolation on its own, has a low impact on improvement of exam results, as reported in a scientific research study by psychologists.Summarizing must not only reduce workload. It must also stimulate recalling ability. Summarizing can stimulate recalling abilities if it is displayed in a very specific structured way and combined together with keyword association in the same structured display.See you inside the book!