This Simple Note Taking System Improves Exam Scores by Over 50%

In the 1950’s, Professor Walter Pauk, from Cornell University, realised something: most of his students, even at the University level, were terrible at taking notes. This exacted a toll during exams, when handfuls of scribbled notes proved to be poor study material. In response, he developed a note taking system that would end up improving

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One Simple Reason Your Child May Be Failing Exams

In the ’80s, two researchers from North Carolina State University concluded studies on various learning styles. Felder and Soloman identified a number of key factors determining academic success – but one of the most important of these was also the most subtle: the difference between global and sequential learners. Often, the structure of education systems

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