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Unlocking the Secrets of Student Success

From Late-Night Cramming to Collaborative Sessions, Students Embrace various Study Techniques. In the quest for academic excellence, students at Chattanooga Central High School have discovered a multitude of study methods that help them thrive in their educational pursuits
ACT PRACTICE -- Jennifer Smith studying for the ACT with Jonathan Morris.
Matthew Lawrence
ACT PRACTICE — Jennifer Smith studying for the ACT with Jonathan Morris.
From burning the midnight oil to engaging in collaborative study sessions, these students have unlocked the secrets to success. As the school year progresses, it becomes evident that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to studying. Some students thrive in the late-night hours, poring over textbooks and notes, while others find solace in group study sessions, where ideas flow freely and knowledge is shared. “I usually study at night when everything is done, it is the only time everything is quiet” quoted from a student at Central High.
The dedication and determination of these students are evident as they explore various study techniques. From flashcards and mnemonic devices to online resources and interactive apps, they embrace technology as a valuable tool in their educational journey. “ Occasionally I will use note cards to study. In my Spanish class they are most helpful” quotes from a student at Central high.
Furthermore, students at Chattanooga Central High School have discovered the power of collaboration. Group study sessions allow them to tap into the collective knowledge of their peers, fostering a sense of camaraderie while deepening their understanding of complex subjects.In the end, it is the combination of individual determination and the willingness to adapt that leads these students to achieve academic excellence. By embracing a diverse range of study methods, they unlock their full potential and pave the way for a bright future.
So, whether it’s burning the midnight oil or collaborating with classmates, the students of Chattanooga Central High School continue to prove that there is no one right way to study. They inspire us all to explore new techniques and discover the methods that work best for us.
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Ashari Roberson, Staff Writer
Ashari Roberson,11, is the captain of Central’s Cheer squad. When she is not cheering, she can be found doing hair or school work. Her favorite hobbies are dancing and drawing. Ashari hates to drive almost anywhere, so she tries to do it as little as possible. She enjoys life and hopes for the best for her future.
Matthew Lawrence, Managing /Video Editor
Hey, I'm Matthew Lawrence Video Editor for the Central Digest for the class of 2014. I'm now a Senior at Central High School and in the Humanities academy. I've been working with the Digest now for two years and helped make improvements to it.

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