study tips

  1. Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Each person learns information differently. As you prepare for your exam, it is helpful to identify how you learn and retain information. There are three major learning styles which include auditory, visual, and tactile. This post will explore everything you need to know about the 3 learning styles.
  2. How to Stay Motivated to Study During the Summer
    How to Stay Motivated to Study During the Summer
    It is finally that time of year: the sun is shining, birds are chirping, kids are out from school and you…are stuck inside studying. Summer can be a natural time for many people to study for their licensure, especially those working as school psychologists or teaching in universities. It can also be a time for weddings, vacations, family reunions and a lot of distractors as well. So here are a few tips to combat those summer study blues:
  3. 5 Traps to Avoid when Studying for the EPPP
    5 Traps to Avoid when Studying for the EPPP
    Thou shall avoid the temptation to cram. It may have worked in grad school, but the EPPP is not something you can cram for. With content ranging from prenatal development to statistics to ethical teletherapy, you have a lot of ground to cover. Often, you have not seen some of this material since your undergraduate classes (such as specific theories and theorists) or you may never have seen at all (as is often the case for industrial organization psychology).
  4. Quality Over Quantity: 3 Ways to Focus Your Studying
    Quality Over Quantity: 3 Ways to Focus Your Studying

    Do you get anxious when you look at all of the topics and prep questions you need to cover for your exam? It would be easy for you to get lost in all of the information that you are expected to know. Here are three tips to stay focused on quality, not quantity!