Student Testimonials
Evelisse Colon
“I had a lot of test anxiety before Learning to Learn. But the Learning to Learn Question Charts and Key Word Diagrams helped me do well on exams, and really lowered my anxiety about taking tests. Basically, Learning to Learn made me a lot more confident as a student, and it gave a big boost to my ambition.”
Ronan Baynes
“The most important thing I learned from Learning to Learn was time management. I was a big-time procrastinator, and that doesn’t work when you’re trying to do well and you have a lot on your plate. My grades were suffering, and I needed to find a way to get what I needed done and still have time to hang out watching a basketball game. I think without Learning to Learn I would have not been able to do what I need to do academically. Bottom line, it’s pretty simple: Learning to Learn gives you a foundation for how to study and how to be successful.”
Eddie Cole
“Learning to Learn? I think it’s great. I just wanted to play ball and become a pro. I was on probation before LTL. I was kind of down and out. I didn’t even want to take LTL. But once I got into it, it really changed things for me. Now I can get A’s and B’s, even in hard subjects. With all my questions, I know what’s going to be on my tests and I don’t even have to study too long. I learned that there’s more to life than basketball. I’m a computer science major now, and I’m doing pretty well. When I finish this degree at the community college, I’m going into business management at a four-year college. What would I tell another student about LTL? It will change their life.”
Sandra Frasier
“Learning to Learn has helped round off my life. It helps me not only in school – not only by helping me with my courses – but to do other things. To get things done on time, to think about my future. It makes you think about what you want to do with your life. Those are serious questions. My life goals are better as a result of LTL. I’m able to direct myself and – because I have direction now – I know how to get there, step by step. What would I say to another freshman coming into this course? I would strongly recommend this course to anyone – first year or senior year, graduate or undergrad. It would help a great deal in anyone’s life. It’s positive.”
Marionette Peavy
“Learning to Learn has helped me in many ways, in school and out of school. I’m not only using the techniques in school, but also I’m using them outside to take care of personal business. Using LTL, I understand myself much better and my organization is great. As far as my future, well, I always had the feeling that I wanted to be a lawyer, but I never liked reading. I hated reading. And to become a lawyer you have to read. So I'd always say, ‘Okay, I want to be a lawyer, but I can’t stand reading, so I’ll be something else.’ But once I got into Roxbury Community College, and took the Learning to Learn program, I feel that I can be a lawyer, a doctor. I can be anything I want. I can read with understanding now. I can understand exactly what's going on, and say, ‘Okay, I can take care of this. I understand this.’ ”
Gregory Herman
“I took the Learning to Learn course the first semester of my freshman year at State. I was just beginning a two-year college program, and I had been out of school for 15 years. Well, Learning to Learn helped me tremendously. I came out of school with a 3.81. As a result, I’m in two honor societies, and in the National Dean’s Register. It felt great going back go school and doing so well. But I don’t think that there was anything special about me. I did well because I was using the LTL methods, and it would definitely work for anyone who really used this system. Now that I’m out of school, I’m still using LTL methods. I could go on and on. Basically, I’d like to say that the Learning to Learn system has given me a gift that I can carry with me throughout my life.”
Gyun Kim
“Learning to Learn organized me, helped me concentrate, and made me want to do my course work. Asking questions helped me see the whole global picture, and Question Charting helped me connect it all together. That’s really important for accounting “Learning to Learn organized me, helped me concentrate, and made me want to do my course work. Asking questions helped me see the whole global picture, and Question Charting helped me connect it all together. That’s really important for accounting courses, because in accounting everything is related, and if I didn’t have LTL, I’d be trying to learn everything case by case.” You can’t do that and do well in accounting. You have to have a picture of how it all connects. With LTL, I’d go into an exam and just ‘see’ the Question Chart in my head, so I'd know which journal entries I had to use for different cases.”
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