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Art of learning
Q—- Why do we study so much?
What is the purpose of revising the same topics again and again?
Because the immediate goal of studying is to remember the facts and to sharpen the ability to recall them at once when needed
how can you forget that for competitive entrance tests like pre medical or pre engineering tests
there are tons and tons of information that we have to remember and to recall every bit of it all at once at the time of examination.
So many different subjects, hundreds of chapters and countless topics,
my dear you have to recall each and every bit of the information at the D-day and too 100% accurate in a very limited time…..
offff…is it a mission impossible or what?
And nothing is impossible if you have a strong will power and a proper guidance
Success in these entrance exams becomes very easy once you understand the basic fact that your ability to recall information is determined by the way you study the material in the first place
i.e. your preparation technique…. I call it your study style .
your success in these examinations is greatly affected by your study style.
so to get successful in these exams you have to develop the right technique.
Simply hard work alone is not enough to get success in these tests.
According to various researches, in our brain learning takes place most effectively when data is processed in small pockets spread out overtime.
So, to remember what you study, take information in smaller chunks at a time, many times.
like if you study for 10 hours a day make 5 divisions of 2 hours each and study different subjects in each of the division (with a mandatory break in between).
Try to learn small information at a time and make a habit of revising it again and again…
revision makes your concept hard and strong
The best way to get a strong start on effective learning is to complete all assignments, reading, understanding etc before the class
,it can be your regular college class or a coaching class.
Make yourself familiar with the concept before the main lecture then attend the class and take thorough notes,
followed by reviewing and editing your notes as soon as possible after the class.
This way you can get a better understanding of the concept and your main lecture will work as a revision of the topic.
And this way you will go far ahead of your colleagues.
If you prepare yourself in this manner, studying for an examination should be largely a matter of systematic revisions only.
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