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Learning and studying is hard.
Difficulty focusing, constant distractions, challenges keeping up and frustration with our progress.
We've felt it all.
It's like nobody ever really taught us the strategies and steps of how to properly learn and acquire knowledge.
In fact, they probably didn't.
Because we're not learning the right way.
Most students struggle with learning because they use ineffective techniques or are poor at managing time.
Stop wasting your time by taking too many notes, rote learning , or wondering why it's so difficult to recall what you just read.
There is a better way to acquire knowledge durably and sustainably, backed by science and research.
Use the science and research.
The empirical evidence and research is clear. Effectively learning requires us to use a system of learning that allows us to plan, monitor and reflect on the way we learn, so that we can continually challenge ourselves and sustainably and durably acquire knowledge.
By understanding how the brain learns, we can organise our learning, implement better techniques, manage time and improve our habits to overcome procrastination and acquire knowledge.
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