How to Be a Student: 100 Great Ideas and Practical Habits for Students Everywhere

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Index
academic performance, 5–6
anxiety, 8–9
apostrophes, 98
appointments diary, 9–10
blood sugar levels, 36
boredom, 7, 20–23
brain, 3–4, 79
brain cells, 3
bureaucracy, 32–34
calendar, 9–10
consequence awareness, 43, 65
crisis, 48–49
critical learning, 115–116
curiosity, 3
dehydration, 37–38
dictionary, 17–18
discussion groups, 25–26
discussion prompts, 26
dropping out, 5
exams, 130–132
exercise, 34–35
extraversion, 30, 58–59
feedback, 8, 83–88
filing system, 18
flow, 7–9
grade matrix, 83
grammar, 97–99
introversion, 58–59
learner supports, 14
learning difficulties, 13
literature review, 120–122
meditation, 105
mindmapping, 115
money, 4–6
out of office assistant, 47
plagiarism, 100–102
planner, 9,10
play ethic, 81
positive reinforcement, 82
posture, 41–42
privacy, 29
professional development, 135
punctuation, 97–99
red tape, 33
referencing, 99–100
reflective thought, 118
sexual health and safety, 43
safety, 29
self-belief, 134
self-efficacy, 63
self talk, 71
smart goals, 27–29
snobbery, 132–133
soft skills, 124
stress, 59–60
study
study binges, 19–20
study drift, 57–58
study habits, 50–53
study snacks, 19–20
study retreats, 105–107
study space, 16–17
study tasks, 25
thesaurus, 17, 18
time management, 6, 10
whole brain thinking, 79

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