Basic to-do list and task manager, with manual. Nothing fancy, just the bare essentials. Apps also for iOS, Android, Chrome.

UCL Study Skills
Concise presentation of effective, top-level study skills expected of students attending University College London.

The Myth of Multitasking
Although adherents may disagree vociferously, multitasking simply does not as well as uni-tasking. Better to befriend boredom, and do one thing at a time, impeccably.

NO MUSIC While Studying
How many tests have you taken to music? It’s called home-work for a reason! No matter how much you like to study with music, you’ll get better results without it.

Two Dynamite Questions
Be the kid who continually asks great questions in class. Each day, after homework, jot down two dynamite questions to ask tomorrow. Helps your teacher, other students, yourself.

Get The Solutions Manual
In difficult math/science courses, one needs to know not just the answers – but how to get the answers. You can often buy such a book. It's called "the Student Solutions Manual."

Study Buddies!
Solitary study necessarily forms the backbone of most academic activity, but group study with like-minded students complements solo work extremely well.

Don't Let Your Studies Put You To Sleep
On heavy work days, do the boring, tedious, conceptual stuff first. Save the most engaging and interesting work for last. Calculus at 1130pm? Not a good idea.

Follow A Daily Study Schedule
Nothing is more important than habituating an effective homework routine. Improvising your study schedule is unnecessarily exhausting, ineffective, and stressful.

Front And Center
Where's the best seat in class? When you can – especially if you’re easily distracted – grab the middle seat in the front row. It could make a big difference in your grade.

Elephant's Memory
Utilizing mnemonics, association, and other easy-to-learn memory tricks can greatly facilitate memorization of related bits of information. π to 100 digits? Easy!

Can Beautiful Handwriting Improve Grades?
The fine-motor skills and attention to detail required to produce beautiful handwriting may well have a positive spill-over effect on academic work generally.

Retain More
Article containing unusual ideas for remembering more from the books you read, including creating searchable notes with
Kindle Paperwhite, three sentence summaries, and more.