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digiti-minimi:

afrikan-mapambano:

Excellent editorial cartoon


This pretty sums up every single patient who has come into my ER and asked, “Could it be Ebola?”

digiti-minimi:

afrikan-mapambano:

Excellent editorial cartoon

This pretty sums up every single patient who has come into my ER and asked, “Could it be Ebola?”

(Source: linxspiration)

I never realized how much I missed tormenting the Avatar.

(Source: otterbender)

renvoyer:

following back everyone

renvoyer:

following back everyone

(Source: weheartit.com)

studyforyourself:

Hi Guys!
This is part 1 of my “How should I study?!?” posts. A post like this was requested.
   Stuff you need
textbooks
exercise book, binder, etc.  → your notes
pens, markers
eraser, ruler, hole puncher
a binder/notebook where you rewrite your notes in
    How I study
I make a little study schedule and I write down what I have to do
I take out the stuff I need
I start to rewrite all my important (!) notes and things out of the textbook
I mark everything in special colours
I read everything several times
I write texts etc. (for German, English etc.) and I do exercises (for Math, Grammer etc.)
The evening before the test or exam I make flashcards with abbreviated information/voc/etc.
For vocabulary test I like to use apps like AnkiDroid (more listed below)
   Study Techniques
Pomodoro Technique
Feynman Technique
Cornell Method (Notetaking)
Study Method 1
College Study Techniques
Loci Method
Study Techniques
Note Taking Techniques
   Study Apps 
(I use Android so I don´t know if these apps are avaliable for IOS)
Kingsoft Office
Vocabulary Trainer
Flux Cards
PONS Dictionary
My Binder
SomNote
Note
Coffitivity
Sounds for studying
It´s focus time
Get Shit Done!
CamScanner
Babbel
In the next post: Study Tips, Organization Apps, Motivation. Please message me if a link isn´t working or if you have a question.
Caroline

studyforyourself:

Hi Guys!

This is part 1 of my “How should I study?!?” posts. A post like this was requested.

   Stuff you need

  • textbooks
  • exercise book, binder, etc.  → your notes
  • pens, markers
  • eraser, ruler, hole puncher
  • a binder/notebook where you rewrite your notes in

    How I study

  1. I make a little study schedule and I write down what I have to do
  2. I take out the stuff I need
  3. I start to rewrite all my important (!) notes and things out of the textbook
  4. I mark everything in special colours
  5. I read everything several times
  6. I write texts etc. (for German, English etc.) and I do exercises (for Math, Grammer etc.)
  7. The evening before the test or exam I make flashcards with abbreviated information/voc/etc.
  8. For vocabulary test I like to use apps like AnkiDroid (more listed below)

   Study Techniques

   Study Apps

(I use Android so I don´t know if these apps are avaliable for IOS)

In the next post: Study Tips, Organization Apps, Motivation. Please message me if a link isn´t working or if you have a question.

Caroline

S: “We’ll need a team of rhinos to budge this ship.

A: “team of rhinos… or two waterbenders.

(Source: otterbender)

cornersoftheworld:

Tuscany, Italy | by Elia Locardi

cornersoftheworld:

Tuscany, Italy | by Elia Locardi

(Source: itsmecrystale)

avatarparallels:

Now, don’t you worry about my strength. I have plenty.

zhemka:

I just wanted to make some positive stuff after “Korra alone”