"Learning how to learn is life's most important skill." - Tony Buzan

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Important: Be sure to look at The Ultime Studying Guide where I cover everything, from how to set yourself up for studying till one day after acing the exam. 

🧠 How to study: Evidence-based learning techniques

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The most common study problems and how to deal with them

😣 #1. I don't feel motivated.
🤯 #2. I feel overwhelmed.
😭 #3. I got a low grade.
🎮 #4. I can't stop procrastinating.
📓 #5. I don't know how to take notes.
🔢 #6. How do I remember facts and figures?
🥱 #7. This topic is boring.
🧠 #8. I can't remember anything I have studied.
🔎 #9. I can't focus.
🤔 #10. I've got other worries.
🔮 #11. I don't know if the subject is right for me.
🕓 #12. I'm struggling to find the time to study.
💭 #13. I can't concentrate, and I have negative repetitive thoughts.
😖 #14. I can't concentrate, and I don't feel good.
💩 #15. I can't concentrate; I am in a crisis.

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