|Academic Success Center (ASC)|
Taking Notes for Others (DOC File, 22 KB)
How to take good notes for other people as well as yourself.
College Textbook Tips (PDF File, 74 KB)
Tips to get the most out of your textbook!
The Cornell Note Taking Method (DOC File, 21 KB)
This handout shows the Cornell note taking method, one of the most effective note taking methods for students.
How To Read a Math Textbook (PDF File, 92 KB)
Tips to effectively read and understand your math textbook.
How To Study Math (PDF File, 124 KB)
How to most effectively study math.
Making a List (PDF File, 28 KB)
How to create a manageable list for school, work, or life in general!
Plagiarism (PDF File, 0 KB)
Tips and tricks to avoid plagiarism from Penn State.
General Academic Resources Web Links
Academic Skills Online (HTM File, 74 KB)
McMaster University presents Academic Skills videos which students can easily relate to on topics such as improving memory, time management, note-taking, motivation and procrastination, math, writing, and transforming grades from B’s to A’s.
How College is Different From High School (HTM File, 30 KB)
What changes to expect when transitioning from high school to college.
How To Study (HTM File, 18 KB)
Easy access for support in various subjects from Accounting to Theatre as well as effective study, memory, and writing strategies and help for test anxiety.
Test Anxiety Tips (HTM File, 0 KB)
Having test anxiety? Check out TestAnxietyTips.com for numerous links that share helpful ways to cope!
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