While there's no magic solution to instantly improve your grades and improve your brain overnight, you can learn more and study less by improving the way you work and the way you study, and weblog Zen Habits pulls together several tips from student and blogger Scott Young for doing just that. The beginning of the post reads like a bad infomercial, but the actual meat of the article—which discusses ideas like holistic learning and highlights worthwhile study tips—offers a lot of good advice for the back to school crowd.
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