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Study Skills: A Quick Guide

An overview of some basic study skills and strategies to set you up for success in your courses!

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Purpose of This Guide

Every student's experience is different, especially when it comes to learning how to learn and how to study. You may master the skills it takes to be a successful student very quickly or it may take you longer than some others, but you can learn how to learn and we can help!

This guide collects some strategies and resources to help you develop your study skills. We hope you will use this guide as a starting point and then reach out for help if you'd like additional, personalized support. 

Credit for this guide

Information on this guide is adapted from portions of:

Chapter 20: The Basics of Study Skills by Dave Dillon, Phyllis Nissila in Blueprint for Success in College and Career, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


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