Most students encounter moments when the considerable volume of material they’re asked to study becomes intimidating. For example, within a typical classic literary work lurk a multitude of plot details, allusions, tones, subtext, stylistic techniques, dates, names, characters, and themes to learn – not to mention biographical information about author. In History classes, one must memorize key events, the reasons they occurred, what resulted from them, as well as the famous and infamous figures that influenced them. Success in math and science requires fluency with innumerable concepts, processes, formulas, diagrams, equations, and problem types. Multiply this mass of information by the number of classes on your schedule and the total amount seems crushing!

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English:   Mathematics:
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Poetry   Algebra II
Plays   Trigonometry
History:   Pre-Calculus
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U.S. History   Calculus
European History   Social Sciences:
Science:   Art History
Chemistry   Law
Physics   Government
General Science   Philosophy
    Economics


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