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25 Articles Every Student Should Read

December 6th, 2007 · 14 comments

The Best of Student Productivity Blogging

As I head off for my Internet-free European vacation, I want to leave you with enough content to keep your mind humming. Accordingly, I bravely dived into my blogroll and pulled out my favorite student productivity articles. Read all 25: they will change the way you think about being a student. See you in 11 days!

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14 thoughts on “25 Articles Every Student Should Read

  1. Russ says:

    Fantastic list Cal! There is a lot of information there that I have not seen before, and they are all definetly worth a read. Thanks.

  2. Daniel says:

    that list is perfect. I’ll be almost finished with them by the time you get back.

  3. nikki says:

    Good list, this should keep me busy reading for a while.

    I have a question though for when you come back. I read your book and have been trying to apply the quiz and recall technique for an admissions test I have to take for grad school. But I’m not sure how to do it because I have to basically refresh 3 different subjects plus verbal reasoning and math. It seems that once I learn something new it pushes out what I’ve previously learned.

    Do you have any advice for taking standardized tests? Is there some variation of quiz and recall that works on a large volume of info? Thanks

  4. Study Hacks says:


    Check out this previous post. It covers adapting quiz and recall to large multiple choice tests.

    – Cal

  5. Lorrsine aBelLA says:

    This study blog is very important.. Most especially for us student who are still studying,.

    I read about a “how to fascinate a thesis statement”,

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