Finals, midterms, SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, the list of tests we have to prepare for is seemingly endless, and the studying that is required for each one appears to be a long and arduous process. Yet it doesn’t have to be that way. By organizing your time and your workspace, using effective study and review methods, and sticking to a study cycle, you can navigate through the process of studying as painlessly and as quickly as possible. Here are Top 5 Study Strategies – Study Smarter, More Effectively, Not Harder
Ever wondered how plants grow or survive? In this educational lesson, we learn all about plant hormones, including gibberellin, auxin, cytokinins, ethylene, and abscisic acid.
Common eye problems, diseases, and disorders – Quick and easy to learn diagram, definitions, and explanations for common eye diseases
In this quick and easy lesson, we explain the shoulder muscles responsible for abducting the shoulder, the anatomy, the degrees of arm abduction for each shoulder muscle, and the nerves that innervate the shoulder abduction muscles.
370,000 deaths. 6,000,000 confirmed. 188 countries affected. The novel COVID-19 is leaving astonishing traces of deaths and illnesses as it rapidly encroaches upon our everyday lives. Schools are closed. Unemployment is surging. People experience dreadful losses of their family and friends. Luckily, however, the exponential curve of COVID-19 […]
Circulatory system – order of blood flow through the heart; Step by step Pathway of Blood Flow Through the Heart; Quick and easy to learn in 14 steps
Fun Facts and Greek Mythology about Hermes the Messenger of Greek Gods and God of the Wind. In this lesson, we learn all about our speedy cute Greek god Hermes.
With a majority of the world under lock-down and physical schools closed, teachers and students from various countries and continents are plunging into the digital age. Many schools have shifted into online learning, allowing for asynchronous learning to happen for students across different locations and time zones. However, from a scientific standpoint, how does online learning measure up to physical learning?
Thinking about taking AP Calculus AB or BC sometime in the future but unsure if it is the right course for you? Read this article to find out!
In light of The College Board recently announcing that this year’s AP English Language and Composition exam will be only one question, a 45-minute rhetorical analysis essay, it would probably be a good idea to freshen up on your essay-writing skills. In this article you will learn the breakdown of every section of the rhetorical analysis essay, and what you should be including in order to earn a five this May.
Does being alone at home make a person go insane? After weeks of social distancing because of COVID-19, people locked up in their homes may be getting bored and restless. Attending school, going out to eat, hanging out with friends — parts of their lives that are normal — are no longer possible. What is the science behind the human’s social brain, and what does isolation do to the brain?
What was navigation like in the past? How did people get from one place to another? Here, we learn a brief history of navigational tools, including the history of terrestrial and celestial navigation tools.
Top 5 Ways to Stop Procrastinating: Procrastination is something that can plague the best of us. Even former president Bill Clinton was a well-known procrastinator! In this article, we share 5 of the best methods to beat procrastination.
What is the difference between central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea? In this lesson, we learn about sleep apnea, its symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and differentiate between central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea. USMLE
Staple crops are foods that shape the dietary foundations of one or more regions. Rice, wheat, and corn provide over half of the world population’s caloric intake. In this lesson, we learn about the history of wheat and its global impact.
Pneumothorax also known as collapsed lung occurs when air is trapped in the pleural space. Trapped air causes a loss of negative pressure in the pleural cavity, reduces surface tension, and induces the lungs to collapse. There are 3 types of Pneumothorax or collapsed lungs: 1) Spontaneous 2) Traumatic, and 3) Tension Pneumothorax.
In this lesson, we learn the different types of pneumothorax (collapsed lung) and important terminology. USMLE
5 Effective Study Strategies for Students: Learning is a lifelong journey that people experience. Here are 5 effective study techniques for students and lifelong learners.
Manifest Destiny in US History: During the 19th century, the term Manifest Destiny was coined – a belief that America was readily destined to expand its territory across the continent. In this lesson, we explain important events and people that influenced Manifest Destiny, including Mountain Men, Lewis and Clark, Mormons, and the Gold Rush.
Brain Bee Study Guide: Free neuroscience resources and study guide notes for Brain Bee competition students: Chapter 4 Learning, Memory, and Language
Brain Bee Study Guide: Free resources and study guide notes for Brain Bee competition students: Chapter 9 Kinds of Research
How did flightless birds evolve? How did the evolution of the shrinking cod come to be? In this lesson, we learn about the evolution of the flightless birds, such as cormorants, and the evolution of the shrinking cod in our biology selection case studies.
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Literary Analysis of Thank You Ma’am by Langston Hughes, exploring themes of kindness and forgiveness, and character analysis of Ms. Jones and Roger
Literary analysis essay of In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez, and character analysis of Minerva and Mirabal sisters
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