Preparing for Exams

The last week of Spring quarter is here, and so are final exams. It’s a stressful time, but there are ways to prepare for the exams. Check out this quick video for exam study tips! Click on CC for subtitles.

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6 Study Tips for ESL Learners

People study in different ways, and what doesn’t work for one person can work for you. So it’s important to try different study habits and narrow down what does work for you. Check out these 6 study tips and give them a try if you haven’t yet (it’s good for reading practice too!).  Recommended for intermediate to advanced learners (Levels 400+).After reading, also try our study page here, which has a lot of different resources, from reading material and exercises to videos and worksheets.

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What kind of learner are you?

ACE - learning channelsDo you learn best by  watching, listening, or doing something? These 3 different ways to learn are also called visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. If you know your best learning styles, you can study better; focus on materials in your styles. For example, if learning English is easier by listening, you can study with a lot of audios like movies, videos, radio, and even music.

Our blog has a useful Study Page that can help you learn how to improve your study skills and habits (and also meet American academic expectations to succeed in school!). Go through the page for information, tips, resources, and activities. Recommended for intermediate to advanced learners (Levels 300+).


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