COMPANION WORKBOOK TO <em style="font-size: 14.399999618530273px;">ANYONE CAN GET AN A+
Are you preparing for a competitive standardized test or struggling in school or college? Do you want to spend less time studying and still get good grades? Do you need to raise your GPA?
Studying for tests and exams can be stressful, not just for students, but also for teachers and parents. Grades in school exams and standardized tests can seem to determine your entire future, and yet many students are not able to get the grades they think they need to succeed.
Anyone Can Get An A+ is a conversational, down-to-earth guide for high school and college students on how to maximize their learning and get the grades they want. The book draws on research from the fields of psychology and neuroscience, and gives students practical advice that they can implement right away, to overcome procrastination, make the most of their study time and improve their grades significantly.
This companion workbook to Anyone Can Get An A+ contains more than 120 exercises to help you implement and personalize the advice in the book. Use this workbook as a personalized study skills workshop, building better study habits and routines as you progress through each chapter. This is a companion workbook because it complements Anyone Can Get An A+; you don't need to have read the book to proceed through the workbook or benefit from its advice.
The sections presented in this book follow the chronology of the original book, in a summarized and condensed format. In this book, you will learn:
- How best to prepare for exams
- What is the top mistake most students make when doing exam preparation and how to avoid it
- How to overcome procrastination and use your study time wisely
- How to break down larger assignments into smaller chunks
- How to write a paper*How to use small segments of time effectively
- How to study math and other technical subjects
- How to prepare for standardized tests
Geetanjali Mukherjee grew up in India, spending her early years in Kolkata, and then attending high school in New Delhi. She went on to read law as an undergraduate at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, where she joined as many clubs as possible while still giving the impression she understood the intricacies of trusts law. She went on to earn a Masters' in Public Administration from Cornell University, United States, while trying not to freeze along with the famed Ithaca lakes. She is also a member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration. Geetanjali is the author of 8 books, although sometimes it feels like the one she is writing is the very first one. She currently lives in Singapore.