Traditional study techniques aren’t only boring, but also ineffective.
What if there was a way for you to learn so much more while studying just a 1/2, 1/3, or even a tenth of your usual study time?
By reading extensively about the evidence behind effective studying, effective note-taking, and revision strategies, I’ve developed the systems that can take your learning speed to the next level.
You’ll also be able to stop learning myths from wasting your precious time!
These strategies that I’m going to show you are the exact ones that I used to go from an average student who didn’t even graduate on time, to a nationally competitive exam-taker.
No tricks, just science to help you learn faster, and remember better.
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