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The Study Skills Handbook
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This practical guide aims to help students maximize their potential during their time at university. From preparing students for what to expect from higher education, encouraging them to think about the skills they already have, providing resources to help them evaluate and manage their own learning and develop good study habits, to helping them understand how learning, intelligence and memory work, the book contains sensible suggestions, self-check tables and lots of illustrations. "The Study Skills Handbook" is a useful companion for any student. The second edition includes two new chapters, one on projects, dissertations, reports and case studies, and one on planning your next move. Other chapters have additional material. For example, there are new sections on independent learning, e-learning, designing your own assignment titles, and writing in analytical rather than descriptive writing styles.
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Preparing for university; identifying your skills; intelligence and learning; the CREAM strategy for learning; working with others; research skills; writing for university; developing your writing projects, dissertations, reports and case studies; critical analytical thinking; memory; revision and exams; planning your next move.

About the Author

STELLA COTTRELL is a full-time Inspector for the Adult Learning Inspectorate. Previously she was Director of Lifelong Learning at the University of Luton and, for many years, specialised in study skills, dyslexia and educational development at the University of East London.

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