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Study Tip: Study Less, Study Smart

By Marty McKee
Editor, In Military Education

Over at Lifehacker today is a story of interest to all students. It’s about a Pierce College psychology professor named Dr. Marty Lobdell and his theory on learning, which is “study less, study smart.”

Lifehacker boils down Dr. Lobdell’s lecture into bullet points and provides a link to his lecture on YouTube, so I won’t repeat them here. Continue Reading

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8 Simple Ways to Study Smarter

By Marty McKee
Editor, In Military Education

We’ve all done it, probably more than once.

At some time during school, whether it was for a high school science quiz or a university exam in broadcast law (I was a Radio/Television major), we stayed up half the night cramming for it. Sitting up in bed or slouched over the kitchen table, reading and re-reading the same chapters over and over, hoping what we absorbed would stick in our brains long enough to get us through that test in the morning. Continue Reading

APUS Creates New Veterans Center in West Virginia

Procrastination: Why Smart Students Fail

By Craig Gilman
Faculty, American Military University

As an instructor with American Military University who teaches a college orientation course specifically designed to ease new or returning students into the habits of success in the classroom, I am often teaching servicemembers who have not been in school for awhile. Many come to the classroom with a long history of achievement in their communities and commands, yet not all survive this introductory 100-level course. Continue Reading

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