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Non-Traditional Student Discovers Innovative Ways to Improve Grades While Reducing Study Time

Thanks to modern technology, the way we receive and interact with information has changed drastically over the past three decades. With all these changes in mind, Jason Drohn has updated study techniques for the 21st century.


USA – Jason Drohn came straight out of high school and started driving a Pepsi truck, working 50+ hours per week. While driving his route, he also supported a spouse, maintained a household, and still managed to earn his bachelor’s degree in record time. Mr. Drohn attributes a large part of his success to his improved study skills, which he claims are geared for the 21st century student.
With the economy still on the rebound, getting a job in today’s market without a college degree is basically impossible. Students are competing among themselves for the relatively few positions that are available. Using these study skills, a student (high school or college) can easily improve or maintain a standout GPA, while still having plenty of time left over for extra-curricular activities with which to pad a resume.
TJ Tucker, owner of a trick photography book review site, had this to say: “I wish I had these techniques when I was in school. Maybe then I wouldn’t have had to do things the hard way!” He added, “In all seriousness, I was in high school when technology started becoming main-stream. Computer classes were becoming popular in school. Yahoo was still the top search engine. Bottom line, information started coming a lot faster at that point and the way I was taught to study, the way I had been studying my whole life, had become boring. Perhaps, if I knew these techniques back then, I would have earned my degree a lot sooner than I did.”
Technology has changed the way people receive information. It comes in a lot faster than it used to. Maybe these learning techniques will become the standard way future generations learn and teach. For more information on these techniques, please visit


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