Precel

Pre`cel´


v. t. & i.1.To surpass; to excel; to exceed.
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In addition, students who are aware of their difficulties are able to adopt unique learning strategies (Heiman & Precel, 2003; Vogel & Adelman, 1992).
The LD students complained of their lack of effective learning strategies, writing problems, attention disorders, and difficulties in managing their time (Heiman & Precel, 2003).
Thus, students claimed that only through intensive work, repetition, memorization, and other techniques were they able to pass their courses (Heiman & Precel, 2003).