2 Hour Genius: Learn Anything Fast & Ace Every Class

Become 100% Focused, Learn & Remember Everything in 50-70% Less Study Time, Score Top Grades, & Stress Less!
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  • Lectures 24
  • Length 2.5 hours
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Published 4/2016 English

Course Description

**NEW COURSE, WITH 4,000+ SIGN-UPS IN 3 MONTHS FROM WORD OF MOUTH ONLY. NOW THE TOP COURSE IN ITS CATEGORY ON UDEMY - JOIN US!**

Do you wish you could sharpen your focus, quickly learn and remember anything taught in the classroom, and stop stressing? You are NOT alone.

Give us just a few hours, and we’ll show you how to learn and remember virtually anything taught in the classroom. There is no required homework or training - you can apply what you learn right away!

Need convincing? See below why this is the first and only learning & memory course you'll need to take:

  1. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW: The complete, step-by-step formula to learning and remembering anything in the classroom. We go well beyond helpful hacks and habits.
  2. APPLY THE SAME METHODS IN EVERY CLASS: You'll easily master our techniques, and use them in every class for the same, amazing results.
  3. DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR STUDENTS: What you’ll learn is the perfect blend of theory and practice. Every technique has been proven successful in a University environment across different types of learners, and is firmly rooted in neuroscience and psychology.
  4. NOT BORING: This course is a high-energy, highly visual conversation, split into several, easily digestible episodes. If you liked the style of The Daily Show with John Stewart, and you want a mind like Einstein, you will LOVE this course.
  5. EASY TO DO: No need to practice mind-maps, speed reading, or training for weeks to become a memory champion to ace school. It shouldn’t be that complicated, and it’s not!
  6. LOW TIME COMMITMENT: Your time is valuable, and you’re looking for results now. You can take this course in just a few hours, and start applying what you learn right away.
  7. INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT: Instructor Brett Bergen is driven to see his students succeed, and will do everything he can to make sure you master every idea quickly. Have a question? Just ask!


What are the requirements?

  • Taking notes with a computer, tablet, or pen and paper is recommended

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learn & remember virtually anything like a sponge
  • Boost your focus from 33% average to +95%
  • Reduce your study time by 50-70%
  • Improve your grades by 1, 2, or even 3 letter grades
  • Know how to efficiently balance your time and workload
  • Clarify the true value of your education
  • Sharply increase your competitive edge to get into your dream school or job
  • Stress less – MUCH LESS
  • Freedom to have a life outside of class!

What is the target audience?

  • Students in high school (age 15+), university, and graduate school (including MBA, Law, & Medical)
  • Students seeking improvement in one or more of the following areas: focus, grades, study time, energy/motivation, getting into top school or job choices, and/or knowing the value of one's education
  • Students of any learning style, skill or ability level (even students with ADD/ADHD or auditory-processing difficulty)

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
02:32

Kick off the course with this short overview of what you're about to learn. Keep your ears open for suggestions on how to engage the course, too.

While we recommend that you watch all the course content in one sitting, it's OK if you need to split it up. If you do, it's best if you do two things. First, finish all course videos within a week. Second, stop at the completion of a section, rather than in the middle of one.

Once you watch all the videos once, you can start applying what you've learned right away. Reference back to the course material and trivia periodically to stay fresh (highly recommended!).


Section 2: The Value of Education
01:51

This section speaks to the value of an education from a general and financial perspective. We begin with a broad overview of education, and progress into more specific and actionable content. 


If you already have a clear understanding about the value of your education from a general and financial standpoint, you may skim or skip this video.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

01:42

This section speaks to the value of an education from a general and financial perspective. We begin with a broad overview of education, and progress into more specific and actionable content. 


If you already have a clear understanding about the value of your education from a general and financial standpoint, you may skim or skip this video.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

06:38

This section speaks to the value of an education from a general and financial perspective. We begin with a broad overview of education, and progress into more specific and actionable content. 


If you already have a clear understanding about the value of your education from a general and financial standpoint, you may skim or skip this video.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

13:10

This section speaks to the value of an education from a general and financial perspective. We begin with a broad overview of education, and progress into more specific and actionable content. 


If you already have a clear understanding about the value of your education from a general and financial standpoint, you may skim or skip this video.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

05:41

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.

Section 3: How to Ace Class from Day One
07:14

What you do before day one of class can significantly impact how quickly and easily you learn and remember what's taught.


In this episode, you will learn how to maximize your learning advantage for each class before it starts. You can still apply many of these concepts to a class that's already in progress, too.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

02:57

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.

Section 4: Intelligence Gathering
12:26

What and how you process information in the classroom can make or break your success.


In this episode, you'll learn how to listen and take notes like a detective, and set yourself up for incredibly efficient and effective studying. Remember that the study process begins in the classroom.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

14:23

What and how you process information in the classroom can make or break your success.


In this section, you'll learn how to listen and take notes like a detective, and set yourself up for incredibly efficient and effective studying. Remember that the study process begins in the classroom.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

10:43

What and how you process information in the classroom can make or break your success.


In this section, you'll learn how to listen and take notes like a detective, and set yourself up for incredibly efficient and effective studying. Remember that the study process begins in the classroom.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

11:24

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.


Section 5: How to Learn & Remember in the Fastest Study Time
05:50

The key to successful studying is to understand how your brain learns and remembers, and to harness it. In this section, as the title suggest, you'll learn and remember class material in record time.


You'll also learn to study in a way that takes advantage of your natural learning abilities, and general tips on study posture and sleep optimization.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

16:58

The key to successful studying is to understand how your brain learns and remembers, and to harness it. In this section, as the title suggest, you'll learn and remember class material in record time.


You'll also learn to study in a way that takes advantage of your natural learning abilities, and general tips on study posture and sleep optimization.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

10:40

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.


Section 6: Test-Taking Strategies
06:26

Learn what's best to do, and not to do, to maximize your scores on virtually any type of test. These strategies are highly effective for most classes. 


For standardized or national exams, we recommend supplementing this material with additional test-preparation specific to that exam. 


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

04:23

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.

Section 7: How to Prioritize & Balance Your Workload
02:41

Optimize your overall learning, grades, and time with these easy and effective tips in this section.

 

Remember to look ahead in your calendar in order to balance your workload most effectively. Also, be willing to prioritize and make trade-offs when necessary to achieve your goals. 


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.

01:12

Lock in what you've learned, with end-of-lecture Trivia! You can use Trivia for lesson refreshers later, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.

Section 8: Course Summary & Next Steps
03:28

In this section, we'll quickly review the most important concepts introduced in the course, and go over the next steps. The video then continues with wrap-up trivia to consolidate what you've learned. 


Once you finish the course, you can revisit the lessons and resources as many times as you want during your enrollment. You may also be sent periodic trips and refreshers to your email, so be sure to look out for those.


Remember: the sooner you apply what you've learned in this course, the more effective this course will be. We recommend that you apply these course concepts as soon as you learn them.


Don't forget to consolidate what you've learned by taking end-of-lecture trivia via video or PDF.


14:12

Lock in what you've learned, with this Course Summary Trivia! video You can revisit this video in the future for a general course refresher, too.

To turn off the trivia music, simply mute your computer during this video. You can also download the Trivia as a PDF instead of watch as a video.


Section 9: Refresher Quizzes
9 questions

Review Quizzes are meant to help you review core concepts that you learned in the course, so you can be sure you're applying them correctly in class. Not all quizzes may be revealed right away, but they will be over time.

This review focuses on class preparation, what you should focus on during lecture, and how such preparation leads to much more successful study sessions.

10 questions

This review primarily focuses on note-taking and study preparation.

6 questions

This review focuses on study techniques.

Section 10: Additional Reading & Resources
Study Health
Article
Article

Resources and articles to follow up on from The Value of Education lectures.

Article

Resources and articles to follow up on from The Value of Education lectures.

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Instructor Biography

Brett Bergen, Founder and Chief Instructor at The Wiseman Institute

I'm completely obsessed with one goal: to show University and University-bound students how to quickly learn and remember virtually anything taught in the classroom.

I wasn’t born with a genius IQ (like most of us!), but I still graduated in the top 2% of my class from Penn State University’s main campus. I completed the Schreyer Honors Program, the Sapphire Accelerated Business Program, two Bachelors of Science degrees, held office in multiple business and charitable organizations, and I landed a great job after graduation under very competitive conditions. This Fall I'll be starting my Masters at Columbia University.

What did I do differently?  I was determined to have the best possible college experience and still get top scores. So I researched all I could about resource optimization, productivity hacks, and most importantly, how the brain learns and remembers. I ultimately perfected a new learning method that was not only incredibly successful for me, but for everyone else I tutored.

As word quickly spread, more and more students were asking for my help. So I decided to make it easy for anyone to learn how to learn, online. (That is, with a little help from friends, family and Kickstarter backers - 176% of goal met!).

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