Studying is not a ritual or rite that is confined to the four walls of a classroom, it is what we do in everyday life. Whether it is the casual observation of a butterfly on a cool afternoon or reading up an article on the internet, what you are subtly engaging the habits that make for effective study.
Since we all study, it is only fit that we should find ways to make us study more effectively and better. Giving the recent happenings across the world, the need to raise the studying skills cannot even be overemphasized at this time in human history.
How can you then improve the habits that can help you study more effectively? These are the issues that Christine Reidhead deals within the book ‘How to Improve Study Habits’. As a university professor herself, she knows the tactics and strategies that work from years of extensive research. She has brought all of these strategies to the fore in this book. Four Windows Press is the publisher and it does not disappoint.
From understanding the type of study skills to knowing the type of learner that you are, no stone is left unturned in this expose that promises to revolutionize the way you study and learn in general. This book comes highly recommended if you are out to learn the ropes of studying better, more effectively, and getting more out of your study time.
As long as you do anything that requires you to study, you should read this book. That is because the author uses an approach that makes it very easy to understand who you are and why you should pick a style of study that is unique and the one that works for you. The book also helps you to know the study ideas that are bad for you and why you should avoid them.
With all of these benefits, you should lay your hands on a copy of this book and use the timeless wisdom that lives on its pages to improve your study life and get more creative juice out of every hour of study that you spend. It is possible to reduce studying excessively and yet, squeeze out as much as possible from the minimal studying time.
Christine Reidhead is an assistant professor of Business at the Navajo Technical University and she also chairs the Business department and serves as Program Manager for the department of Transport Grant. She definitely has the experience to back all the work she is involved in.
Christine Reidhead is more than just another bookish nerd though, she also leads an NGO called Afrikrising. When she is not teaching, she is taking a trip to Mexico or some part of Africa and helping to lift others up.
She knows from experience what it is like to study ineffectively and that is why, true to her empathic self, she has decided to help those who are having the same issue. This is the book to read. Your studying experience going forward will appreciate you for getting a copy of this book.