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10 Ways to Study without Distraction

Need to get some studying done, but not sure how to handle all the distractions? Check out these helpful tips from Honolulu tutor Jinan B...   Sometimes focusing on studying can become an uphill battle between your mental thoughts, the noise around you, that game you want to play on Facebook… the list goes on. Read on for 10 simple tips and ways to study to combat distraction. 1. Create the right environment. Distraction is often a byproduct of an environment filled with noise … Read More

10 Ways to Study without Distraction
Need to get some studying done, but not sure how to handle all the distractions? Check out these helpful tips from Honolulu tutor Jinan B...   Sometimes focusing on studying can become an uphill battle between your mental thoughts, the noise around you, that game you want to play on Facebook… the list goes on. Read on for 10 simple tips and ways to study to combat distraction. 1. Create the right environment. Distraction is often a byproduct of an environment filled with noise
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Resume Writing Tips: How to Edit Your Resume
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3 Tricks for SAT Math Problems with Student-Produced Responses
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