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Tutor profile: Adriana V.

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Subject: Study Skills

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Is there a "best," way to study?

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The short answer, no. Studying can vary person to person and even subject to subject. The important aspect is to find what works, whether it be reading, highlighting, study groups, flashcards, even games.

Subject: Psychology

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Did you know there is a branch of psychology called behavioral neuroscience?

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Behavioral neuroscience is a branch of psychology that utilizes mechanisms such as conditioning, molecular biology, and imaging to study various topics such as drugs of abuse, PTSD, Depression, and even obesity.

Subject: College Admissions

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Did you know there are multiple scholarship options in order to pay for college?

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Aside from the university/college based scholarships, there are various scholarships available from outside organizations. Examples include: Coca-Cola Scholars, Ford Scholarship, Bill Gates Scholarship, Dell Scholarship. There are also university based fellowships and research programs that can fund your degree.

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