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      16.02.2010 07:40
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      In some cases, in order to go forward one must go back!

      You're never too old to learn something you already knew! If that doesn't make much sense to you, you're more than likely still learning something and haven't quite finished yet. But puns aside, let's take a look at this website, How-to-study.com from different perspectives.

      How-to-study.com is traditionally a website that is aimed towards the education process from child-to-adult, which focuses on a wide range of articles. From how to improve your learning capabilities, basic schooling techniques, to how to consider applying for a college and going back over the general basics of learning.

      This site contains a lot of bite-sized and easy digestible chunks of quick tips and memory reboots. The content supplied is suited for a wide range of ages, mostly those who want a memory jog, in order to brush up on some new learning techniques. Didn't pay much attention at school? Or, has it been many years since you last read a reference book and learned something new? How-to-study.com could be what you've been looking for to kick-start a New Years resolution! Knowledge is power and in some cases, in order to go forward one must go back.

      At first glance, the website might look as though it was last updated 1999, with its visually painful 'clip art', dated colour scheme, cringe layouts and typography disasters awaiting to happen - but it makes up for it by supplying some half-decent FREE content.

      If you have a child starting out, or currently at school, or if you're looking to learn something new and need to brush up on the basics this FREE site could be the thing to get you heading in the right direction.

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