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Need A Break: Sometimes you need a break from the kids
Need A Break: Sometimes you need a break from the kids

Sometimes you need a break from the kids

Need A Break: How to Study Likea Harvard Student Taken from Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld, daughter of the Tiger Mother 1. Choose classes that interest you. That way studying doesn't feel like slave labor. If you don't want to learn, then I can't 2. Make some friends. See steps 12, 13, General Principles 3. Study less, but study better 4. Avoid Autopilot Brain at all costs. 5. Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your time 6. Write it down. 7 Suck it up, buckle down, get it done. Plan of Attack Phase I: Class 8. Show up. Everything will make a lot more sense that way, and you will save yourself a lot of time in the long run. 9. Take notes by hand. I don't know the science behind it, but doing anything by hand is a way of carving it into your memory. Also, if you get bored you will doodle, which is still a thousand times better than ending up on stumbleupon or something. Phase II: Study Time 10. Get out of the library. The sheer fact of being in a library doesn't fill you with knowledge. Eight hours of Facebooking in the library is still eight hours of Facebooking. Also, people who bring food and blankets to the library and just stay there during finals week start to smell weird. Go home and bathe. You can quiz yourself while you wash your hair 11. Do a little every day, but don't let it be your whole day. "This afternoon, I will 0 a problem set. Then, I will watch an episode of South Park and go to the gym" ALWAYS BEATS "Starting right now, I am going to read as much as I possibly can...oh wow, now it's midnight, I'm on page five, and my room reeks of ramen 12. Give yourself incentive. There's function worse abyss study time. If you know you're going out in six hours, you're more likely to get something done. 13. Allow friends to confiscate your phone when they catch you playing Angry Birds. Oh and if you think you need a break, you probably don't. Phase 14. Stop highlighting. Underlining is supposed to keep you focused, but it's actually a one-way ticket to Autopilot Brain. You zone out, look down, and suddenly you have five pages of neon green that you don't remember reading Write notes in the margins instead. 15. Do all your own work. You get nothing out of copying a problem set. It's also shady. 16. Read as much as you can. No way around it. Stop trying to cheat with Sparknotes. 17. Be a smart reader, not a robot (lol) Ask yourself: What is the author trying to prove? What is the logical progression of the argument? You can reading the introduction and conclusion of every chapter. Then, pick any two examples/anecdotes and commit them to memory (write them down). They will help you reconstruct the author's argument later on. 18. Don't read everything, but understand everything that you read Better to have a deep understanding of a limited amount of material, than to have a vague understanding of an entire course. Once again: Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your time 19. Bullet points. For essays, Phase IV: Reading Period (Review Week) 20. Once again: do not move into the library. Eat, sleep, and bathe 21. If you don't understand it, it will definitely be on the exam. Solution tex 22. Do all the practice problems. This one is totally tiger mom are of rote learning. Newsflash: even at great intellectual bastions like Harvard, you will be names and dates. To memorize effectively: stop reading your list over and over again. It doesn't work. Say it out loud, write it down. Remember how you made friends? Have them quiz you, then return the favor 24. Again with the friends: ask them to listen while you explain a difficult concept to them. This forces you to articulate your understanding. Remember, vague is bad. 25. Go for the big picture. Try to figure out where a specific concept fits into the course as a whole. This will help you tap into Big Themes- every class has Big Themes - which will streamline what you need to know. You can learn a million facts, but until you understand how they fit together, you're missing the point. V: Exam Day 26. Crush exam. Get A. e prep-ademic Back To School
Need A Break: How to Study Likea
 Harvard Student
 Taken from Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld,
 daughter of the Tiger Mother
 1. Choose classes that interest you. That
 way studying doesn't feel like slave labor.
 If you don't want to learn, then I can't
 2. Make some friends. See steps 12, 13,
 General Principles
 3. Study less, but study better
 4. Avoid Autopilot Brain at all costs.
 5. Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your
 time
 6. Write it down.
 7 Suck it up, buckle down, get it done.
 Plan of Attack Phase I: Class
 8. Show up. Everything will make a lot
 more sense that way, and you will save
 yourself a lot of time in the long run.
 9. Take notes by hand. I don't know the
 science behind it, but doing anything by
 hand is a way of carving it into your
 memory. Also, if you get bored you will
 doodle, which is still a thousand times
 better than ending up on stumbleupon or
 something.
 Phase II: Study Time
 10. Get out of the library. The sheer fact
 of being in a library doesn't fill you with
 knowledge. Eight hours of Facebooking
 in the library is still eight hours of
 Facebooking. Also, people who bring
 food and blankets to the library and just
 stay there during finals week start to
 smell weird. Go home and bathe. You can
 quiz yourself while you wash your hair
 11. Do a little every day, but don't let it
 be your whole day. "This afternoon, I will
 0
 a problem set. Then, I will watch an
 episode of South Park and go to the
 gym" ALWAYS BEATS "Starting right
 now, I am going to read as much as I
 possibly can...oh wow, now it's midnight,
 I'm on page five, and my room reeks of
 ramen
 12. Give yourself incentive. There's
 function
 worse
 abyss
 study time. If you know you're going out
 in six hours, you're more likely to get
 something done.
 13. Allow friends to confiscate your
 phone when they catch you playing
 Angry Birds. Oh and if you think you need
 a break, you probably don't.
 Phase
 14. Stop highlighting. Underlining is
 supposed to keep you focused, but it's
 actually a one-way ticket to Autopilot
 Brain. You zone out, look down, and
 suddenly you have five pages of neon
 green that you don't remember reading
 Write notes in the margins instead.
 15. Do all your own work. You get nothing
 out of copying a problem set. It's also
 shady.
 16. Read as much as you can. No way
 around it. Stop trying to cheat with
 Sparknotes.
 17. Be a smart reader, not a robot (lol)
 Ask yourself: What is the author trying
 to prove? What is the logical
 progression of the argument? You can
 reading the introduction and conclusion
 of every chapter. Then, pick any two
 examples/anecdotes and commit them to
 memory (write them down). They will
 help you reconstruct the author's
 argument later on.
 18. Don't read everything, but
 understand everything that you read
 Better to have a deep understanding of a
 limited amount of material, than to have a
 vague understanding of an entire course.
 Once again: Vague is bad. Vague is a
 waste of your time
 19. Bullet points. For essays,
 Phase IV: Reading Period (Review Week)
 20. Once again: do not move into the
 library. Eat, sleep, and bathe
 21. If you don't understand it, it will
 definitely be on the exam. Solution
 tex
 22. Do all the practice problems. This
 one is totally tiger mom
 are
 of
 rote learning. Newsflash: even at great
 intellectual bastions like Harvard, you will
 be
 names and dates. To memorize
 effectively: stop reading your list over
 and over again. It doesn't work. Say it out
 loud, write it down. Remember how you
 made friends? Have them quiz you, then
 return the favor
 24. Again with the friends: ask them to
 listen while you explain a difficult
 concept to them. This forces you to
 articulate your understanding.
 Remember, vague is bad.
 25. Go for the big picture. Try to figure
 out where a specific concept fits into the
 course as a whole. This will help you tap
 into Big Themes- every class has Big
 Themes - which will streamline what you
 need to know. You can learn a million
 facts, but until you understand how they
 fit together, you're missing the point.
 V: Exam Day
 26. Crush exam. Get A.
 e prep-ademic
Back To School

Back To School

Need A Break: How to Study Likea Harvard Student Taken from Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld, daughter of the Tiger Mother 1. Choose classes that interest you. That way studying doesn't feel like slave labor. If you don't want to learn, then I can't 2. Make some friends. See steps 12, 13, General Principles 3. Study less, but study better 4. Avoid Autopilot Brain at all costs. 5. Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your time 6. Write it down. 7 Suck it up, buckle down, get it done. Plan of Attack Phase I: Class 8. Show up. Everything will make a lot more sense that way, and you will save yourself a lot of time in the long run. 9. Take notes by hand. I don't know the science behind it, but doing anything by hand is a way of carving it into your memory. Also, if you get bored you will doodle, which is still a thousand times better than ending up on stumbleupon or something. Phase II: Study Time 10. Get out of the library. The sheer fact of being in a library doesn't fill you with knowledge. Eight hours of Facebooking in the library is still eight hours of Facebooking. Also, people who bring food and blankets to the library and just stay there during finals week start to smell weird. Go home and bathe. You can quiz yourself while you wash your hair 11. Do a little every day, but don't let it be your whole day. "This afternoon, I will 0 a problem set. Then, I will watch an episode of South Park and go to the gym" ALWAYS BEATS "Starting right now, I am going to read as much as I possibly can...oh wow, now it's midnight, I'm on page five, and my room reeks of ramen 12. Give yourself incentive. There's function worse abyss study time. If you know you're going out in six hours, you're more likely to get something done. 13. Allow friends to confiscate your phone when they catch you playing Angry Birds. Oh and if you think you need a break, you probably don't. Phase 14. Stop highlighting. Underlining is supposed to keep you focused, but it's actually a one-way ticket to Autopilot Brain. You zone out, look down, and suddenly you have five pages of neon green that you don't remember reading Write notes in the margins instead. 15. Do all your own work. You get nothing out of copying a problem set. It's also shady. 16. Read as much as you can. No way around it. Stop trying to cheat with Sparknotes. 17. Be a smart reader, not a robot (lol) Ask yourself: What is the author trying to prove? What is the logical progression of the argument? You can reading the introduction and conclusion of every chapter. Then, pick any two examples/anecdotes and commit them to memory (write them down). They will help you reconstruct the author's argument later on. 18. Don't read everything, but understand everything that you read Better to have a deep understanding of a limited amount of material, than to have a vague understanding of an entire course. Once again: Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your time 19. Bullet points. For essays, Phase IV: Reading Period (Review Week) 20. Once again: do not move into the library. Eat, sleep, and bathe 21. If you don't understand it, it will definitely be on the exam. Solution tex 22. Do all the practice problems. This one is totally tiger mom are of rote learning. Newsflash: even at great intellectual bastions like Harvard, you will be names and dates. To memorize effectively: stop reading your list over and over again. It doesn't work. Say it out loud, write it down. Remember how you made friends? Have them quiz you, then return the favor 24. Again with the friends: ask them to listen while you explain a difficult concept to them. This forces you to articulate your understanding. Remember, vague is bad. 25. Go for the big picture. Try to figure out where a specific concept fits into the course as a whole. This will help you tap into Big Themes- every class has Big Themes - which will streamline what you need to know. You can learn a million facts, but until you understand how they fit together, you're missing the point. V: Exam Day 26. Crush exam. Get A. e prep-ademic How to study better (long)
Need A Break: How to Study Likea
 Harvard Student
 Taken from Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld,
 daughter of the Tiger Mother
 1. Choose classes that interest you. That
 way studying doesn't feel like slave labor.
 If you don't want to learn, then I can't
 2. Make some friends. See steps 12, 13,
 General Principles
 3. Study less, but study better
 4. Avoid Autopilot Brain at all costs.
 5. Vague is bad. Vague is a waste of your
 time
 6. Write it down.
 7 Suck it up, buckle down, get it done.
 Plan of Attack Phase I: Class
 8. Show up. Everything will make a lot
 more sense that way, and you will save
 yourself a lot of time in the long run.
 9. Take notes by hand. I don't know the
 science behind it, but doing anything by
 hand is a way of carving it into your
 memory. Also, if you get bored you will
 doodle, which is still a thousand times
 better than ending up on stumbleupon or
 something.
 Phase II: Study Time
 10. Get out of the library. The sheer fact
 of being in a library doesn't fill you with
 knowledge. Eight hours of Facebooking
 in the library is still eight hours of
 Facebooking. Also, people who bring
 food and blankets to the library and just
 stay there during finals week start to
 smell weird. Go home and bathe. You can
 quiz yourself while you wash your hair
 11. Do a little every day, but don't let it
 be your whole day. "This afternoon, I will
 0
 a problem set. Then, I will watch an
 episode of South Park and go to the
 gym" ALWAYS BEATS "Starting right
 now, I am going to read as much as I
 possibly can...oh wow, now it's midnight,
 I'm on page five, and my room reeks of
 ramen
 12. Give yourself incentive. There's
 function
 worse
 abyss
 study time. If you know you're going out
 in six hours, you're more likely to get
 something done.
 13. Allow friends to confiscate your
 phone when they catch you playing
 Angry Birds. Oh and if you think you need
 a break, you probably don't.
 Phase
 14. Stop highlighting. Underlining is
 supposed to keep you focused, but it's
 actually a one-way ticket to Autopilot
 Brain. You zone out, look down, and
 suddenly you have five pages of neon
 green that you don't remember reading
 Write notes in the margins instead.
 15. Do all your own work. You get nothing
 out of copying a problem set. It's also
 shady.
 16. Read as much as you can. No way
 around it. Stop trying to cheat with
 Sparknotes.
 17. Be a smart reader, not a robot (lol)
 Ask yourself: What is the author trying
 to prove? What is the logical
 progression of the argument? You can
 reading the introduction and conclusion
 of every chapter. Then, pick any two
 examples/anecdotes and commit them to
 memory (write them down). They will
 help you reconstruct the author's
 argument later on.
 18. Don't read everything, but
 understand everything that you read
 Better to have a deep understanding of a
 limited amount of material, than to have a
 vague understanding of an entire course.
 Once again: Vague is bad. Vague is a
 waste of your time
 19. Bullet points. For essays,
 Phase IV: Reading Period (Review Week)
 20. Once again: do not move into the
 library. Eat, sleep, and bathe
 21. If you don't understand it, it will
 definitely be on the exam. Solution
 tex
 22. Do all the practice problems. This
 one is totally tiger mom
 are
 of
 rote learning. Newsflash: even at great
 intellectual bastions like Harvard, you will
 be
 names and dates. To memorize
 effectively: stop reading your list over
 and over again. It doesn't work. Say it out
 loud, write it down. Remember how you
 made friends? Have them quiz you, then
 return the favor
 24. Again with the friends: ask them to
 listen while you explain a difficult
 concept to them. This forces you to
 articulate your understanding.
 Remember, vague is bad.
 25. Go for the big picture. Try to figure
 out where a specific concept fits into the
 course as a whole. This will help you tap
 into Big Themes- every class has Big
 Themes - which will streamline what you
 need to know. You can learn a million
 facts, but until you understand how they
 fit together, you're missing the point.
 V: Exam Day
 26. Crush exam. Get A.
 e prep-ademic
How to study better (long)

How to study better (long)

Need A Break: #got #aesthetic #ships e direction | #dank memes ration #anime #harry pot #orbs #101 #artís e # ny immortal #fandometrics cats #omg #the discours battlemachinecourtney: support: staff: Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see In our ongoing effort to help you all determine your own experience here on Tumblr, we’re launching one of our most requested features: the ability to filter out posts from your dashboard based on their tags. Trying to avoid #Star Wars spoilers? Filter them out. Need a break from all the #holiday excitement this month? Sheesh, fine. Filter it out. It’s your dashboard. Groom it well. Where do I set up a tag filter? In your settings! You’ll find it in your general settings on mobile, under “Filtering.” On the web, you’ll find it in your account settings, also under “Filtering.” That makes sense. Will I know when stuff is being filtered out? Yup. Just like with Safe Mode, you’ll see a placeholder in your dashboard wherever something is being hidden. If you actually do want to see it, you can click/tap on it, and it’ll appear. I follow some real nimrods. How can I stop seeing their posts? Unfollow them! And if they’re really being a jerk, block them. And if they’re truly being hateful, report them. Anything else I should know? Sure. There are lots of other tools for making Tumblr the Tumblr you want to see. You can read about them all in our help center. 3 Tumblr One thing to note: As its name implies, tag filtering relies on a post’s tags to tell it what’s what. It can’t filter based on the full text used in a post, or sense subtle references or sarcasm. So be a good neighbor and tag accurately and often. 🏷 Is this real? Is mobile blacklist finally happening???
Need A Break:  #got #aesthetic #ships
 e direction | #dank memes
 ration #anime #harry pot
 #orbs #101 #artís
 e #
 ny immortal #fandometrics
 cats
 #omg #the discours
battlemachinecourtney:

support:


staff:


Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see
In our ongoing effort to help you all determine your own experience here on Tumblr, we’re launching one of our most requested features: the ability to filter out posts from your dashboard based on their tags. 
Trying to avoid #Star Wars spoilers? Filter them out. Need a break from all the #holiday excitement this month? Sheesh, fine. Filter it out. It’s your dashboard. Groom it well. 
Where do I set up a tag filter? 
In your settings! You’ll find it in your general settings on mobile, under “Filtering.” On the web, you’ll find it in your account settings, also under “Filtering.” 
That makes sense. Will I know when stuff is being filtered out? 
Yup. Just like with Safe Mode, you’ll see a placeholder in your dashboard wherever something is being hidden. If you actually do want to see it, you can click/tap on it, and it’ll appear. 
I follow some real nimrods. How can I stop seeing their posts? 
Unfollow them! And if they’re really being a jerk, block them. And if they’re truly being hateful, report them. 
Anything else I should know?
Sure. There are lots of other tools for making Tumblr the Tumblr you want to see. You can read about them all in our help center. 
3 Tumblr 

One thing to note: As its name implies, tag filtering relies on a post’s tags to tell it what’s what. It can’t filter based on the full text used in a post, or sense subtle references or sarcasm. So be a good neighbor and tag accurately and often. 🏷


Is this real? Is mobile blacklist finally happening???

battlemachinecourtney: support: staff: Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see In our ongoing effort to help you al...

Need A Break: #got #aesthetic #ships e direction | #dank memes ration #anime #harry pot #orbs #101 #artís e # ny immortal #fandometrics cats #omg #the discours riddare-av-sorg: shitmemesforshitteens: teenhearts: staff: Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see In our ongoing effort to help you all determine your own experience here on Tumblr, we’re launching one of our most requested features: the ability to filter out posts from your dashboard based on their tags. Trying to avoid #Star Wars spoilers? Filter them out. Need a break from all the #holiday excitement this month? Sheesh, fine. Filter it out. It’s your dashboard. Groom it well. Where do I set up a tag filter? In your settings! You’ll find it in your general settings on mobile, under “Filtering.” On the web, you’ll find it in your account settings, also under “Filtering.” That makes sense. Will I know when stuff is being filtered out? Yup. Just like with Safe Mode, you’ll see a placeholder in your dashboard wherever something is being hidden. If you actually do want to see it, you can click/tap on it, and it’ll appear. I follow some real nimrods. How can I stop seeing their posts? Unfollow them! And if they’re really being a jerk, block them. And if they’re truly being hateful, report them. Anything else I should know? Sure. There are lots of other tools for making Tumblr the Tumblr you want to see. You can read about them all in our help center. 3 Tumblr wow since staff finally did something the xkit guy had figured out years ago, lmk if u need anything special tagged so u can blacklist on mobile too Now every single one of you can blacklist asks from me if you want to. I’ll come up with a tag for it soon so that y’all are only blocking mine though. @my mutuals, pls tag ur tiddies
Need A Break:  #got #aesthetic #ships
 e direction | #dank memes
 ration #anime #harry pot
 #orbs #101 #artís
 e #
 ny immortal #fandometrics
 cats
 #omg #the discours
riddare-av-sorg:

shitmemesforshitteens:
teenhearts:


staff:



Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see
In our ongoing effort to help you all determine your own experience here on Tumblr, we’re launching one of our most requested features: the ability to filter out posts from your dashboard based on their tags. 
Trying to avoid #Star Wars spoilers? Filter them out. Need a break from all the #holiday excitement this month? Sheesh, fine. Filter it out. It’s your dashboard. Groom it well. 
Where do I set up a tag filter? 
In your settings! You’ll find it in your general settings on mobile, under “Filtering.” On the web, you’ll find it in your account settings, also under “Filtering.” 
That makes sense. Will I know when stuff is being filtered out? 
Yup. Just like with Safe Mode, you’ll see a placeholder in your dashboard wherever something is being hidden. If you actually do want to see it, you can click/tap on it, and it’ll appear. 
I follow some real nimrods. How can I stop seeing their posts? 
Unfollow them! And if they’re really being a jerk, block them. And if they’re truly being hateful, report them. 
Anything else I should know?
Sure. There are lots of other tools for making Tumblr the Tumblr you want to see. You can read about them all in our help center. 
3 Tumblr 


wow since staff finally did something the xkit guy had figured out years ago, lmk if u need anything special tagged so u can blacklist on mobile too 


Now every single one of you can blacklist asks from me if you want to. I’ll come up with a tag for it soon so that y’all are only blocking mine though. 

@my mutuals, pls tag ur tiddies

riddare-av-sorg: shitmemesforshitteens: teenhearts: staff: Tag filtering is here Don’t see what you don’t wanna see In our ongoing...