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Explore curated learning strategies and tools to improve your performance in the classroom and the workplace.

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Balance

In this balance section, you’ll find resources on mental health, procrastination, perfectionism, sleep, downtime, habits, releasing ineffective strategies, and more.

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Expert Resources

In this expert resources section, you’ll hear about some of the advantages of learning disabilities/differences, tips for students with ADHD, ways to circumvent speaking anxiety, and more.

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Focus

In this focus section, you’ll encounter tips for working in productive bursts, learning mindfully, studying with a bunny buddy, and more.

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Memory

In this memory section, you’ll learn how to triple your memory capacity, create fresh mnemonics using a word generator, use shapes to recall a sequence of numbers, and more.

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Metacognition

In this metacognition section, you’ll learn how to choose metaphors that empower your learning process, use an app to celebrate positive habits, write a meaningful letter to your future self, and more.

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Note-Taking

In this note-taking section, you’ll learn how to turn meetings into transcripts, map concepts on a virtual whiteboard, track time-stamped material, and more.

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Reading

In this reading section, you’ll access a variety of text-to-speech readers, learn novel ways to track main ideas, discover the new SQ3R approach, and more.

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STEM

In this STEM section, you’ll discover a template for tracking common problem types, a free tool that allows you to listen to math problems, ways to use dyslexia to your advantage in the field of CS, and more.

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Study Strategies

In this study strategies section, you’ll find research-based test prep. methods, intel on achieving flow states, ways reflection can fuel effective studying, and more.

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Test-Taking

In this test-taking section, you’ll get insider knowledge on how to manage test anxiety, ace multiple choice exams, use instructions as a checklist for success, and more.

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Time Management

In this time management section, you’ll access time management templates, uncover the "planning fallacy," convert distractors into motivators, and more.

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Writing

In this writing section, you’ll learn how to use a project calculator to break your assignment into manageable steps, design a spider map, brush up your grammar, and more.