Helping students become more productive, globally.

  • How to make Mind Maps.

    How to make Mind Maps.

    Mind maps are a great option for studying. It has been shown to improve retention, and is a faster alternative to linear notes. In this post, we break down how you can make a mind map of your own, and learn the benefits of mind mapping.

  • Active Recall: The path to mastery.

    Active Recall: The path to mastery.

    Active recall allows the user to study much more efficiently. It prompts you to recall the term from your memory, instead of trying to embed it there through re-reading. This article teaches you active recall techniques that you can implement right away.

  • Why Cornell Notes Suck.

    Why Cornell Notes Suck.

    You were taught Cornell notes in school. But is this method really effective, especially in a blazing fast lecture? In this article, we educate you on the disadvantages of Cornell note-taking, and why you should rethink everything you have been taught in the past.

  • I don’t use a planner – Here’s why.

    I don’t use a planner – Here’s why.

    Many people love using planners for studying, and I understand the appeal. However, this methodology is simply impractical and slow. In this article, I give you my preferred method for planning, and the downsides of using a planner.

  • Typing Speed – Work 2x faster.

    Typing Speed – Work 2x faster.

    If you properly improve your typing speed, you could become 2x more effective. In this article, we give you a routine to follow, along with important tips and methodologies for faster typing.

  • How to make Studying Easier.

    How to make Studying Easier.

    Humans are naturally lazy (to an extent). If they do not want to do something, they will either put it off until later (procrastination), or they discard it entirely. Interestingly enough, we can use this trait to our advantage.

  • The Parkinson’s Law – And what we can Learn from it.

    The Parkinson’s Law – And what we can Learn from it.

    In time management, Parkinson’s Law is a great tool to get work done in less time. Learn all about it – and how you can apply it – in this article. This applies to schoolwork, jobs, project management, and more.

  • How to Study for Auditory Learners.

    How to Study for Auditory Learners.

    Having trouble studying as an Auditory Learner? In this article, we give you some valuable study tips, tailored specifically for Auditory Learners.

  • How to Study – for Visual Learners.

    How to Study – for Visual Learners.

    Sure, people may say: “In order to study efficiently, you should know your learning type,” but that doesn’t help you out much. If you know your learning type, but don’t know how to study for that learning type, you won’t get anywhere. If you are a visual learner, and need help studying, look no further.

  • Why most Music DOESN’T help focus – and which types do.

    Why most Music DOESN’T help focus – and which types do.

    Billions of people listen to music every day, and that number will most definitely grow as more people get access to music streaming services. Many people believe that music helps you study, but, believe it or not, science says otherwise. 40% of global music consumers listen to music while working or studying, so putting these…