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Understand the 80/20 rule and learn methods such as the Pomodoro technique to help you improve your productivity and study more efficiently.
Should you handwrite or type your notes? Explore the benefits and drawbacks of both note-taking methods and pick the one that best suits your learning scenario.
Find out your learning style (VARK: Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing, or Kinesthetic) to develop study techniques for the best results.
Explore Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences (8 types of intelligence people may possess) to understand your strengths and learning preferences.
Get behind the “protégé effect”, where teaching something to someone else helps a person learn it better. Learn how to use it, even on a rubber duck.