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Seven Secrets of How to Study reminds every student that they have the potential to succeed in college. The study tips will teach students how to get an A+ in 12 hours. This cutting edge book......

Seven Secrets of How to Study reminds every student that they have the potential to succeed in college. The study tips will teach students how to get an A+ in 12 hours. This cutting edge book should be in every student's library. Most school teachers do not have time to teach students How to Study. You can learn how to end test anxiety and procrastination. This resource prepares you for college.

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  • 1. SEVEN SECRETS OF HOW TO STUDY Chief Executive Officer Dr. Stephen Jones SAJ Publishing
  • 2. Seven Secrets of How to Study Seven Secrets of How to Study
  • 3. Seven Secrets of How to Study Statement of the problem • On any given day 50% of low income students do not show up for school • Students lack the motivation to succeed in high school or college • More than 90% of inner city schools do not offer a how to study course • In some inner city schools between 50 and 65% of the students who enter school do not graduate • Students do not have the skills they need to earn grades required for college entrance SEVEN SECRETS of HOW TO STUDY
  • 4. Seven Secrets of How to Study Why do the problems persist? • Parents are not involved in the students education • The student to counselor ratio is high • There is insufficient information about colleges or trade schools • Classrooms are overcrowded • Students do not have sufficient books to study • Students lack real world experience in a corporate setting • Students cluster with students who are not motivated • Students perceive that it is not cool to be intelligent
  • 5. Seven Secrets of How to Study Closing the Gap in Minority Achievement – Dereck Bok Chronicle of Higher Education  Closing the gap in academic achievement and SAT scores has not diminished over the last 15 years  Performing well on the SAT does not always guarantee that an African American student will not struggle  Lower grades and SAT scores only accounts for half of the racial gap the other half is underperformance  Dr. Douglas Massey who wrote, “The Source of the River” says a survey of 4000 students regarding underperformance has determined that poorer preparation to learn, low self-esteem, and inferior public schools has contributed to performance problems  Dr. Massey also confirms that minority students exhibit more concerns about their intellectual ability and self-doubts. Putting students into remedial classes only reconfirms that they do not have the aptitude to succeed.
  • 6. Seven Secrets of How to Study Can students find help? • There are very few how to study resources that target high school students • Teachers are overwhelmed with basic instruction • Counselors are out numbered by a student ratio off 500:1. • Professional tutoring services are too costly
  • 7. Seven Secrets of How to Study Is there a resource that can help? Seven Secrets of How to Study Student Benefits 1. Students will improve their motivation to stay in school 2. Students will learn how to study efficiently and effectively 3. Students will consistently earn better grades 4. Students will earn scholarships and grants to enter college 5. Students will learn techniques to improve their memory 6. Students will learn how to manage their time by preparing a time management schedule
  • 8. Seven Secrets of How to Study CHAPTER 1  How To Study Smart This chapter helps students to establish goals for each study session. Students learn how to study smart Students learn how to get organized Students learn the value of getting organized
  • 9. Seven Secrets of How to Study CHAPTER 2  Time Management Main Content – Students learn to manage their time, complete assignments and prepare for tests according to a written schedule Students learn how to manage their time They learn hoe to end procrastination Students learn how to design a schedule
  • 10. Seven Secrets of How to Study CHAPTER 3  Financial Planning For College/Trade School Main Content: This chapter will help students and parents to establish a meaningful financial plan for college or trade school Students learn the value of saving money They learn where to find money to attend college They learn how to get started with a financial plan
  • 11. Seven Secrets of How to Study Chapter 4 • Term Papers Main Content: Students learn how to write the type of term paper that’s frequently required in high school and college courses. Students learn how to write term paper Students learn that it is easy to get started They learn how to develop a good outline
  • 12. Seven Secrets of How to Study Chapter 5  Test Questions Main Content: Students learn how to accurately answer test and essay questions Students gain confidence that they can succeed on any test Students learn test taking techniques Students get organized for every test
  • 13. Seven Secrets of How to Study Chapter 6  Understanding the Textbook Main Content: Students learn how to use their text books to prepare for quizzes and examinations Students will understand the value of their text book The students will maximize their preparation for tests Students will learn how to develop a chapter outline
  • 14. Seven Secrets of How to Study Chapter 7  Understanding your teacher Main Content: Students learn how to respond to the teachers classroom requirements Students will learn how to communicate with their teacher Students will learn when to get help from their teacher They will learn how to meet with a teacher
  • 15. Seven Secrets of How to Study Teaching study skills requires a commitment Dr. Stephen Jones is:  familiar with each students academic challenges (i.e. poor academic support, lack of resources, unclear career goals  committed to helping students to develop personal and intellectual goals  confident that Seven Secrets can reduce your high school drop out rate, improve your graduation rate, and increase the number of students attending college or trade school
  • 16. Seven Secrets of How to Study How to maximize each student’s success with Seven Secrets of How to Study  Purchase books for all high school students regardless of their academic track.  Seven Secrets of How to Study Seminar  Seven Secrets of How to Study Curriculum  Design a workshop for teachers and counselors  Student Workshops  After School Seminars, tutoring sessions or a Course