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{{hidden|3. Space study time.|Improve your comprehension of material by letting it sink in between multiple encounters with it.}}
 
{{hidden|3. Space study time.|Improve your comprehension of material by letting it sink in between multiple encounters with it.}}
 
  
 
{{hidden|4. Take notes in class.|Improve your comprehension of material by identifying and summarizing the most important ideas as they are presented.}}
 
{{hidden|4. Take notes in class.|Improve your comprehension of material by identifying and summarizing the most important ideas as they are presented.}}
 
  
 
{{hidden|5. Practice drawing diagrams and writing equations.|Don't just memorize images, but use these tools to think through problems.}}
 
{{hidden|5. Practice drawing diagrams and writing equations.|Don't just memorize images, but use these tools to think through problems.}}
 
  
 
{{hidden|6. Use practice tests and quizzes.|Practice thinking like an economist by using the tools to think through novel situations.}}
 
{{hidden|6. Use practice tests and quizzes.|Practice thinking like an economist by using the tools to think through novel situations.}}
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'''7.  Check out [http://www.howtostudy.org/resources_subject.php?id=7 this site] for more Economics study tips.'''
 
'''7.  Check out [http://www.howtostudy.org/resources_subject.php?id=7 this site] for more Economics study tips.'''
  
8. From ''The Wall Street Journal'', "Toughest Exam Question: What Is the Best Way to Study?," SUE SHELLENBARGER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 [[File:study tips wsj.jpg|center]]
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'''8. From ''The Wall Street Journal'', "Toughest Exam Question: What Is the Best Way to Study?," SUE SHELLENBARGER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 [[File:study tips wsj.jpg|center]]
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7. Check out this site for more Economics study tips.

8. From The Wall Street Journal, "Toughest Exam Question: What Is the Best Way to Study?," SUE SHELLENBARGER, OCTOBER 26, 2011

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