Study Hacks

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Onko 101

When it comes to coolness math really should be up there with new techniques, insights and methods. Often people actually think that it’s cool to not be able to do math! As part of 10 Minute School’s mission to make math cool, we have tried to pull the best math shortcuts and interesting insights in our first release of ‘Math Hacks”. We will release updated versions of ‘Math Hacks’ and more cheat-books of this sort in the coming days. Enjoy and do share them with your peers. Math needs all the PR it can get!

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English 101

English Grammar 101 is an online instructional series for language arts classes, alternative education settings, home schooling, individual study, and ESL courses. The series provides step-by-step instruction directed toward student performance goals.

In a nutshell, it’s just a fun way of learning the critical grammar topics within a few minutes! Grammar Nazis are people (or cats) who use their freakishly and/or annoyingly powerful understanding of and compliance with grammar and spelling to attempt to “correct” others, usually the blissfully-oblivious-to-the-outside-world members and users of the Internet, who only understand the grammatically genocidal text-speak.

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FAQ Compilation

We have tried to compile all the popular FAQs regarding university admission and aptitude tests like SAT, GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL and such in this version of the release. Feel free to ask more questions regarding any of your concerned area and we will try to incorporate those in our upcoming release.

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Can You Pronounce it Right!

Learning a language is mostly about learning to communicate. And pronunciation, of course, plays a huge role in that. So buckle up, people. Here’s a few words which are often mispronounced by non-native speakers. Are you making the same mistakes?

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Transformation of Organic Compounds

An average organic compound can be converted into a multitude of other compounds through some general procedure. For a student, a non-strategic approach to remember these transformations often results in a failure. We’ve been there, we know.
So here is a gift from the 10 Minute School team to the aspiring learners out there. This chart will make sure you never forget those conversion steps again!

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