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Learning how to study effectively will boost your motivation to study. This way you will enjoy studying like never before. Here are some tips on how to study effectively: Have a positive attitude The approach you give to your studies matters a lot. A negative attitude will demoralize you whereas a positive one will highly motivate you. Most people fail in studies because they look at it as a mandatory task and hence do not enjoy it. Take studying to be something you enjoy doing. This can be possible if you understand the reasons for your study. Take it as a personal responsibility that will ch
As soon as Christmas is over learners start to feel the pressure of impending exams, helping them to create an effective revision plan will ensure they make the most of the time available. Learners can become stressed, frustrated and demotivated when they have "been revising" for hours but can't recite the rules / facts when tested later.
In the burgeoning Information Age, children and adults need to improve fast note taking speed to handle increased data volume and record spoken information effectively. Otherwise, they will continue to struggle in school setting and in their professional careers. It is important that children begin developing fast note taking skills in their early school years so that they will be more productive through high school and beyond as students, workers, and membe
Our kids are inherently curious to know about the natural world. All of us have heard hundreds of questions like 'Why does the moon change?', 'How big is the Sun?', 'What do the germs look like?' and so on, the kind of questions that only kids can ask. While it is sometimes difficult to explain these in a way a small kid can understand, it is very important to engage and encourage the kid's curiosity.
Studying for finals can be one of the most stressful times you will go through as a student. Learning how to study for finals effectively can make the difference between a straight A student and a student who struggles to get by.
You're in the thick of the school year. It seems like there are so many things going on, like assignments, projects, and extracurricular activities. Now a test is coming up and you've got to do well on it. How should you study so you do better on that test?