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How To Improve Your Learning Without Taking Notes in Class

Most students never learned to properly prepare for their exams

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Yesterday, while looking at my feed on YouTube, I came across an enlightening video. Marty Lobdell, a psychology professor at Pierce College, explained why so many people struggle with learning and studying.

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