of which university you study at or whether you're studying modern history,
ancient history or art history there are historical facts and figures,
historical dates and descriptions to learn. history probably has as many
facts to study as any subject. history is fact-intensive, and studying
can be repetitive if not boring,
But the facts in history are important;
- In history, a wrong date can mean a failed course.
- In history a poor description can mean an 'F'.
- history demands accuracy.
- Unfortunately in history the amount of information can
That's where we can help your history studies.
No matter whether it's modern history, ancient history, art history, history
of music...whatever, there are ways to reduce the workload and make your
history course less demanding. There are history books that can help you,
but reading those history books is demanding in itself. You need to learn
HOW to read these history books. The following packages can show you how
to get more out of your history books.
You need to concentrate. Concentration
and focus are the keys to success, but few of us have been shown how to
do this well. history with its wealth of vocabulary and dates are ideal
proving grounds for these skills. Magical Concentration and Into the Genius
Zone both written by Ed Strachar are widely recognized packages of materials
that can assist your history studies by teaching you to learn faster and
focus better. They can help you to reach your potential and push the edge
of the envelope even with historical studies. Click on the links for more
You must learn to read more quickly.
Five or six pages a minute of history texts is achievable. Sounds amazing
doesn't it. Too good to be true? No! Past students have endorsed these
claims and new students are developing their learning-potential weekly.
Reading Genius can help YOU, too.
If you struggle on your history course
it may not be because you are not good enough. Probably it's because
your approach to studying history is poor. You need to hone your Performer's
Edge. This will remove the limiting factors on your history study technique
and knowledge acquisition.
Don't get left behind. Don't let
others on your history courses overtake you. Use all the advantages you
can develop. Be sure that others are!