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The first time I read the Good Grades Guide I was left with the overwhelming feeling that my student days could have been so much easier had I had access to the Good Grades Guide when I really needed it! The author, Hans Wellman, clearly has a great deal of experience of the learning process and this makes the Good Grades Guide an invaluable aide to help you on your way to better learning performance and achieving the grades that you need in an increasingly competitive world.
Is it really possible to improve learning techniques in a meaningful way? Read on for some thought-provoking revelations!
Good Grades Guide Review – What Is It?
You might assume from the title that the guide is aimed specifically at those working through schooling in their teens but this publication will be highly relevant for anyone engaged in the learning process be they at university, undergoing professional training or undertaking any field of learning where you need to pass examinations. The techniques may also be useful for younger learners with the help of an older person to guide them.
The Good Grades Guide is a breath of fresh air to anyone with a substantial learning program ahead of them. Surprisingly, the guide will almost certainly prove useful to those who believe themselves to be progressing well already.
For anyone who feels that they should simply be doing better or that their learning program is to all intents and purposes a heavy burden, the Good Grades Guide is likely to offer an effective solution.
Good Grades Guide Review – What I Like
Hans Wellman starts off with a thorough grounding in how memory works. This lays the foundation for the coming sections and explains why the techniques he recommends are effective. Hans then looks at the differences in the way that different people learn which is vitally important because this explains why certain environments and activities work better for some people than others.
The Good Grades Guide then moves on to look at the learning environment and how best to study including working with others in study groups. You will learn about many of the problems that students have faced, as well ways to deal with these issues. Finally, Hans discusses learning disabilities and I discovered that some issues are surprisingly easy to deal with.
Good Grades Guide Review – What I Didn’t Like
I mentioned earlier that I was left with the feeling that my student days could have been much easier had I had access to the Good Grades Guide when I really needed it. I realised how much easier my life could have been if I had access to this guide back then!
If I take any issue at all with the Good Grades Guide, it would be that Hans Wellman doesn’t focus enough on older students and the issues that they may face. However, this is a minor point as the techniques are very relevant and most mature students should be able to adapt as needed very easily.
Good Grades Guide Review – Overall Thoughts
I really liked the Good Grades Guide. I learned a great deal about myself and I am already using my new-found knowledge to adapt the way I work. Many will benefit from the understanding of how different people work better in different ways and also learn how to deal with any learning problems along the way.
You will also learn to identify issues that other people face and then be in a great position to help. If you are a parent of a younger child you will be better placed to help them with any learning issues they face and be able to provide ongoing backup as they move into higher learning.
The Good Grades Guide is a valuable resource so head over right now and take a look!