Notepad Study Method That Works: Pass Exams Without Revision
What you'll learn
- Remember everything you learn
- Have total recall at the exam
- Study in just 30 minutes a day
- Scan a notebook - That's it
- Have a subject you need to study
I passed two Insurance exams (boring subject) with almost total recall... using this simple notepad study method. It works and will definitely work for you.
Although this method is very simple, it works better than anything else I've ever tried.
Hi. My name is Ian Stables.
I discovered a very simple way of studying that gave me almost total recall at exam time.
Just over two hundred took a very difficult insurance exam. Only 10% passed. I was one of them.
Let me tell you, insurance was a very dry study subject indeed. I found it to be a real struggle to remember what I needed. Lots of dry facts, regulations, dates, and so on had to be remembered. I had to learn it. My employer had made it a requirement. My job depended on it.
I searched through all manner of study material. Searching for a method of study that would make it easier for me.
I came across a method that relied on computer software. I saw merit in it and found it to be very effective. However, despite its effectiveness, I also found it to be impractical.
After a lot of thought and testing, I came up with a practical way to use this method. All I needed was a small notepad, a certain way of imputing facts to be remembered, and an effective way to use it.
I used this method for twenty to thirty minutes, twice a day, while traveling.
In this short course, I show you how to set up your study notepad and use it to its greatest effect.
Benefits of this study method:
-- Almost total recall at the exam.
-- No final revision required.
-- Just twenty to thirty minutes, twice a day.
-- No need to lug heavy textbooks with you. Just a notepad.
Let me show you a far easier way to study and pass your exams. Join now.
Who this course is for:
- Students at university or college
- Mature students
- Employees who need to get required qualifications
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