Weekend Links: Uncover Bias, Write in Phases, and Converse SoloDecember 2nd, 2007 · Be the first to comments
Interesting links from around the web to help you through your weekend Study Hacks withdrawal…
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- Student Tool: Citastic | GearFire
The folks over at GearFire review a simple but absurdly useful new web tool. Enter in information about a source and it spits out the citation in the official format of your choice.
- Study Tip: How to Find a Hidden Bias on a Test | LifeHack
Scott Young has an interesting article at LifeHack about how to figure out the type of test your professor is going to write. A little pre-test scouting of this sort can really help focus your preparation.
- Ask the Readers: What is Your Dream | ZenHabits
Think you’re alone with your big ambitious plan for life? Think again. Over at Zen Habits, readers write in with a description of their dream and, more importantly, the first concrete step they could take toward its completion.
- The Three Pass Process for Writing Efficiently | Complete Your Dissertation
Dr. Jain over at Complete Your Dissertation describes an efficient, three-part process for producing good writing fast.
- Develop a Momentum Maintenance System | The M.A.P. Maker
A series of articles at The M.A.P. Maker blog about how to keep making progress on your difficult, long-term projects.
- Why You Should Talk to Yourself After Studying | StudentHacks
Over at StudentHacks some more evidence for why the quiz-and-recall method really is the most effective way to ingrain information before a test.