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Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student
Hi! My name is Tanya, and I am a junior in high school in the Boston area. I am the founder of Breaking Book Barriers, an organization that aims to provide students around the country with free SAT, ACT, and AP books. We are at the point where we are looking to get more team members and expand Breaking Book Barriers. We are currently recruiting team members to join our marketing, recruiting, and content creation teams. In addition, we are looking for students who may be interested in starting their own chapters of Breaking Book Barriers. If you are interested, please feel free to message me!
Hi Tanya! We suggest you create an organization account if you haven't done so yet. This way you can post jobs etc to make sure you organization is visible to all our members and they can see opportunities you are offering. We will also verify organization profiles to help you promote and recruit for your organization. RP Team
Are you raising funding for your project?
Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student
Hi everyone! My name is Tanya, and I am the founder of Breaking Book Barriers. Breaking Book Barriers is a website where students can exchange their old AP/SAT/SAT Subject test books for new ones. This eliminates the need to buy new books, and will save you lots of money in the process. If you are interested in this book swap, my website is: breakingbookbarriers.org

I am also looking for team members to help out, especially people who are good at marketing. Let me know if you are interested!
I would be interested in helping!
Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student

Founder of Breaking Book Barriers @ Boston

Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student

Founder and President of LaunchX Club @ RMHS

How to Decide when to take the SAT/ACT
The Secret to Understanding Every Class Lecture
I think it really depends on the topic and subject. In some classes it is very difficult to focus and in some it's fine. But generally going thru some online materials helps a lot!
The Best Way to Study Math
Calculus!!! Agree with your post. I think understanding the concepts is the key.
Hi guys,
One of my wonderful students Harris Spahic - who has RoundPier account as well - and I decided to put our heads together to come up with our own tips. We definitely were thinking more about our Calculus BC class however you can find them helpful for other classes as well.
So here our tips:
1. Try not to memorize the facts: understanding the concepts are much more valuable; Do not remember exact problems: comprehend ideas and approaches:

2. Make connections between different topics in a subject. In calculus, for instance, you would not be able to use chain rule unless you have a good understanding of composite functions;


3. Explore interdisciplinary connections. In algebra you learn how to express one variable in terms of another. In physics, you need that technique in order to calculate unknown quantity;

4. When you are solving problems make sure you check your answers. Do not get discourage – incorrect answer that has been reviewed is one step closer to next right solution;

5. Should you ever need help there are plenty of resources available for you: from your teachers, friends, online materials and videos. It is always easier to succeed in a community!

6. And Confucius once said: “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” You must practice, practice, practice – it is key to success.
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Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student

High

How to Survive High School Exams
For me what works the best is to study everyday and maintain consistency so that the don't hit me hard.
AP Classes: Should you take them?
Always take as many as you can, but never overload. Overloading can do more harm then help!
Boston area internships
Here is one at LaunchX you can contact them directly here thru RoundPier
Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student

Founder of Achieve as a Teen @ Boston

Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
Student

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Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
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Founder and President of Economics Team @ RMHS

Tanya Manoj
Tanya Manoj
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Tanya Manoj
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