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The Best Historical Fiction for Kids

The Best Historical Fiction for Kids of 2021

Are you a parent searching for the best historical fiction for kids? Do you want recommendations on historical fiction books that will catch the interest of your kids from start to finish? If you answered

The Best IB Resources

The Best IB Resources of 2021

Are you looking for the best IB resources to help you pass your IB exams? Do you want IB resource textbooks that you can use for personal studies? We have an answer for you. The

How Many Hours a Day Should You Study?

How Many Hours a Day Should You Study?

There are a lot of studies out there on how long you should study or how many hours you can study and still have your brain retain information, but there’s also a lot of conflicting

How to Study for a Biology Test?

How to Study for a Biology Test?

Have you ever struggled to fully grasp the sometimes complicated concepts of biology? If so, or if you’re just looking for some ways to improve your current study practices, then this is the article for

How to Study for Chemistry in College?

How to Study for Chemistry in College?

Chemistry is known as a hard subject. It can be an intimidating course to take, especially in your first semester of college, which is when many college students take general chemistry. While there’s no easy

How to Make a Study Schedule?

How to Make a Study Schedule?

Have you ever found it hard to stay focused while studying? Maybe you want to be able to study more but can’t seem to find the time to do so. If this sounds like you,

ASTB Scores What’s Good and What’s Bad

ASTB Scores: What’s Good and What’s Bad?

Whether you’re planning on taking the ASTB or you’ve already taken it, you want to make sure that you are getting a score that’s going to help you along. So, how do you do exactly

How Do Top Students Study?

How Do Top Students Study?

We all know who the top students are at school. The students who always set the curve in class, seem confident on test day and get into prestigious colleges. The question, however, isn’t who they