It’s a no-brainer: students who are proficient readers perform better on the Critical Reading section of the SAT-- in addition to every other section of the test -- they read passages more quickly, identify key information more easily, and remember what they’re read with greater ease. That said, even strong readers can benefit from proven SAT test prep strategies explicitly targeted to the design of the SAT Critical Reading test.
Study hard, and be effective with these study tips. In order to be successful in college, everyone knows it’s important to prepare and study for your classes. However, studying can be tough. To help make your studying easier and more successful, try incorporating these study tips into your routine. Study Tips - In [...]
Reading comprehension can change your education. What Is Reading Comprehension? Since the time we were in grade school, we’ve been told it’s important to have excellent reading comprehension. But what exactly does it mean to comprehend what you read? And how do you go about improving it? Reading comprehension is the ability to [...]
An average college student will be assigned more than 10 text books in their first year of college. Speed reading can help you get through all of the assigned reading in a fraction of the time. Is speed reading a real thing? There’s a lot of speculation as to whether or not speed [...]
How to study for a test: There's more to it than you might think. How to Study for a Test It’s nearing the end of the semester and every college student knows what that means...FINALS! You may think you know how to study for a test, but there's more to it than you [...]
Procrastination is way more fun. For today's post, we are featuring a guest author. Makenzie Strottner is a freshman in college, but already has more certifications and qualifications than most professionals. She's also the newest employee here at Infinite Mind. Makenzie came to me with an idea for an article about procrastination. She [...]
Grade "A" Students with Low Test Scores Is This You? You’re a bright student. You get A’s on all of your assignments, you study hard, participate in class, your papers are flawless, and your professor loves you. You’re the perfect student! Yet somehow, you can’t seem to get an “A” on an exam [...]
Effective studying. This article will show you how to cut down on study time, improve your memory, and raise your test scores, all through effective studying. Time to Hit the Books With the new semester well underway, you’ll undoubtedly need to start studying for tests and midterm exams. As you read through class [...]