There is one part in the book that really became super helpful for me. The chapter was called Ready Your Research, which gave me some great ideas to track down the info I need, sort it out and find my conclusion and organize it all together so that I can actually write or even if I have to speak out loud a clear explanation of what is going on in the book or whatever I might be researching and working on. There are so many times, I would take so much time trying to succeed and even if I do well it would cost me so much time and be so frustrating. However, the skills I learned from this book to improve in any work or class I take now and in the near future, it really has helped and made learning so much easier on me. Therefore, with the help of this book, which is packed with the tools to help achieve a better learning habit, I feel prepared to take on any project heading my way! Also, I would recommend this for anyone going back to school, needing to help their children understand what they are learning and creating some easier habits to soak in the information in front of them.
Information About The Author:
Ron Fry is a nationally known proponent for the improvement of public education and an advocate for parents and students, playing an active role in strengthening personal education programs. In addition to being the author of the best-selling How to Study series, which has sold more than 3,000,000 copies to date, Fry has written more than 30 other books in the areas of education and careers. He is the founder and president of Career Press, an internationally known independent publisher of trade nonfiction books.
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Career Press; 8 edition (January 25, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches
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Career Press - How to Study, 25th Anniversary Edition 8th Edition by Ron Fry
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