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More – Study Advice for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

  • August 8, 2012

At you find a selection of tests for your vocational aptitude. of the US Army offers this website for getting inside advice about the battery tests. These tests determine what your aptitude is going to be for a specific job, jobs in the service, and there are ways to improve your score on these. provides a study guide that was written top scorers.

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More – Where Students Can Trade Notes

  • October 23, 2010

NoteUtopia.comNote Utopia is a community site for students. Here, they are able to upload and download class documents of every kind: study guides, notes, reports, handouts, quizzes… And the search of all these documents is made incredibly easier thanks to the site’s specificity: everything is categorized both by class and by professor.

This means that users of the site will have their exact requirements covered. They won’t have to do with a study guide from a class at the opposite end of the country just because they couldn’t find theirs.

And documents are all rated by users, too. Finding which class notes to download when more than one set is available shouldn’t be that difficult at all.

Finally, it must be mentioned that those who actually take the time to upload their own notes are being rewarded for their efforts, as they are able to set a download price for what they are sharing. And Note Utopia even provides students with marketing materials such as printable flyers for sharing with their classmates.

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More – Pass Your Exams

  • December 3, 2008

StudyGuideAndFlashCards.comHaving to take an exam can be a daunting and, often times, boring part of a student’s life. This part of the educational process is a significant one though, and if one is properly prepared there’s really no need for it to be so overwhelming.

In order to prepare for an upcoming exam, you will certainly have to study. There are many ways that a student can go about it. Using study guides and flash cards are two of the ways to stay on top of the game and to make sure that you can learn the material effectively.

The study process really begins the moment you start a course and the notes you take in class are sure to help you when the time come to study for an exam. There are also study guides that will help you achieve better results, and flash cards are another way that a student can get ahead and retain the material for the exam.

At you’ll be able to get the information you need regarding these methods of studying that are sure to help you get a competitive edge and pass your exams with flying colors. The site provides the complete details of the various study guides and flash cards available to prepare for a variety of entrance exams, certification exams, and series group exams.

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More – Books and Literature Central

  • February 23, 2008 is a source for analysis, essays and articles on some of the most influential works of literature, written by the site’s staff and users using Triond, which in turn means that writers get royalties for their work.

The content you’ll be able to find in this site is similar in depth and kind of information to those you’d be able to find in study guides like Cliff’s notes or B&N’s Spark Notes, only less methodical. Since the site gives priority to each writer’s personal views, it is a good source to find topics for an essay, although that’s basically it. The truly interesting bit is that the scope of literary works and genres is quite ample, as users will be able to read pieces on Chinua Achebe’s novels, Shakespeare drama, Harper Lee, and even a ranking of the best writers of Children’s Fiction. If you are into literature, it could be a good idea to subscribe to this site’s RSS feed.

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More – The Fastest Way to Learn

  • November 28, 2007

Cliffsnotes.comNeed some help with your studies? is a perfect site to visit if you are in that kind of hurries.

It is a comprehensive guide to free book notes, literature summaries, and cliff notes for over 1,600 books. The guides present and explain works in pamphlet form or online. It mainly focuses on literature notes, but they also have trustful notes for many other subjects, though. At its main page you will see categories including: literature, writing, foreign languages, maths, and science, among many others. Browse through its categories alphabetically or use its search engine. All these study guides were written by real teachers and professors. The site can be a real help for students from junior high to grad school, as you can find information quickly and completely free.

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More – Problem solved

  • October 10, 2007

Bagatrix.comStop fearing math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, geometry and all the lot: at you will find all you need to understand these subjects.

This essential guide to basic and intermediate math studies is the solution for all number problems. The site is the corporate page for Bagatrix, inc., an online company that sells the educational math software they develop, which is intended to aid study and understanding of mathematics, plus it features several online tutorials, glossaries and tools to help users and buyers understand homework and exercises. After proving payment information, you can choose to download whether to download the material or to order an information package that includes the CDs and print tutorials.

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More – Study guides and strategies

  • October 8, 2007

studygs.netWhether you are presenting a paper, writing an office memo or even just looking to improve your reading and writing skills, taking a look at can be very profitable. Its plain and easy-to-grasp style makes the available study guides especially attractive for learners of English as a foreign language, plus the page features its materials (some of them, really) in several languages: Spanish, French, Italian, Turkish, etc. Dealing with six basic areas, holds material in the following subjects: writing, researching, tests, science and technology, math and project management.

Focused on setting clearly what the best methodology to learn is (how to learn as opposed of what to learn), its tips and DIY techniques will walk you through online research free of plagiarism, not getting nervous when facing an audience, or taking a true/false test.

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More – Online Study Guides

  • July 24, 2007

Sparknotes.comThis website provides students with free online study guides in order to help achieve their academic goals. It provides students with summaries and insightful critical analysis of a nearly endless range of subjects including English literature, history, math and science and plenty of more subjects.

It offers hundreds of study guides for free to read on the web and if students want they can download the one that fits better depending on their needs. The writers of spark notes are top students or recent graduates who specialize in the subjects they cover. It also offers a category in which students can prepare their tests by practicing a similar test and discuss on message boards anything in order to obtain great scores.

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