About This’ll Be On The Exam by James C. Lee:
Never flunk your math class again
Stressing over exams, pulling another all-nighter, or blankly staring at a textbook for hours on end, it makes sense why you would hate math and science. Even with all that work, there’s still a chance you won’t get the results that you want.
But this doesn’t have to be the case. With simple techniques, you can study STEM courses effectively and efficiently, without dreading the beginning of every semester or exam.
With this guide, you will discover:
• Techniques to memorize endless amounts of info, including vocabulary, formulas, and concepts
• Tools to help you remember what you learned forever
• How to maximize studying productivity
• Steps to learn how to learn
• How to absorb the info in textbooks
• The biggest myth in learning that will stunt your progress and how to avoid it
• Methods to address feeling stupid and demotivated
• Actions to avoid physical and mental learning roadblocks
This is for students who struggle with math and science, despite the long hours that they put into studying. It’ll show you already have the ability to succeed in these subjects, regardless of how you performed in the past. Use it to internalize the topics, ace your exams, and excel in these fields.
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I studied both physics and psychology back in college. Although I mainly focus on physics, I like to explore other fields of study. This is because I enjoy discovering how different fields of science come together to solve problems, especially when a topic from one field is applied to completely different field in an innovative way. In my spare time, I like to read books about learning and cognitive performance. When I’m not learning or working, I like to take naps. I find them very refreshing and energizing.