Do you love to learn but feel held back by your struggle to make sense of what you read? Do you want to learn something new but don’t know how to study effectively?
You know how it goes: you sit down to read an assignment for school or for work. You feel your stomach tighten and your heart sink as you face complicated sentences that go on and on and don’t seem to make any sense. Or you meet unfamiliar word after unfamiliar word and know you are missing the author’s point because you don’t know what the words mean. Or you studied hard (or so you thought) but still did poorly on the test, and you have no idea why.
It doesn’t need to be like this. Reading to understand and studying to remember are learnable skills. You can improve your reading and studying and become a strong, successful, lifelong student and reader. You can build faith in your own ability to make sense of and remember the words on the page. Change is absolutely possible. If that sounds good to you, you are in the right place.
How to get started? You can:
- Check out my free materials here [[ADD LINK]] (New materials are regularly being added.)
- Check out my current classes here [[ADD LINK]] (New classes are regularly being added.)
- Click here for my free booklet, “Getting It: How to Recognize What is Important in What You Read” [[tentative title and topic]] and my monthly Student Success newsletter.
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