Table of contents for Improving your study skills : Shelley O'Hara.

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Study Skills Outline
Shelley O'Hara
1	Making Good Grades
Plan Your Schedule
Know the Teacher's Expectations
Prepare for Class
Do Your Work
2	Organizing Space and Time
Finding a Study Spot
Scheduling Your Time
Keeping Your Stuff Organized
Participating in Extracurricular Activities
3	Reading
Reading Class Assignments
Reading Fiction
Reading Strategies
4	Taking Notes
Lecture Notes
Reading Notes
Notes from a Missed Class
Organizing Your Notes
5	Studying for Tests
What's Covered?
What Kind of Test?
How To Prepare for a Test
Studying for Different Subjects
6	Taking Tests
Avoiding Mistakes
Handling Test "Jitters"
Test Strategies
Answering T or F Questions
Answering Multiple Choice Questions
Answering Fill-in-the-Blank Questions
Completing Essay Tests
7	Doing Research
Selecting a Topic
Identifying Possible Sources
Using Your Library
Using the Internet
Finding Other Resources
Citing References
8	Writing Papers
Deciding on a Theme
Doing Research
Organizing Your Thoughts
Writing
Proofing
9	Using a Computer
Pros of Using a Computer
	Taking Notes
	Doing Research
	Typing Papers
Cons of Using a Computer
	Avoiding Plagiarism
	Proofreading Your Work
Taking Care of Your Work
	Saving Your Work
	Backing Up Your Work
10	Getting Outside Help
Identifying When You Need Help
Using a Study Guide
Creating Study Groups
Finding a Tutor
11	Dealing with Problems
Missing Classes
Missing Assignments
Conflict with Teacher
Conflict over Grade

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Study skills -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.