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Study Habits

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Teresa Wroblewski

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Transcript of Study Habits

DISTRACTION
Sources
Study Habits
Being able to control your focus, dedication, commitment, and distractions, allows a student to conquer academics and perform at a high level.
Study Habits
Teresa Wroblewski
FOCUS
DEDICATION
COMMITMENT
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