Make a Plan for Study

  • Keep in mind what you have to study, how much you have to study and time you have. Have a balance between leisure and study. Organise a time table in such a way that you have fun and sufficient time for study. "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". Fun is essential because an exhausted mind cannot absorb what you study.
  • Decide when to study and what to study. Make a weekly time table. It is better to have a short frequent period for each subject than long hours for one. Start with interesting easy lessons/ topics and then go on to difficult ones unless they are interconnected.
  • Pay total attention to what you are studying : You will absorb more and understand better.
  • Do not study when tired. Relax with something light for a short while and come back to studies. But do not confuse laziness and tiredness.
  • Understand the material you have to learn as a whole.
  • Re-learn and revise previous lessons frequently. If you have learned mathematical formula or grammar rules practise their use, for Practise makes a man perfect.
  • Do not try to learn everything by heart. Read the chapter carefully, understand the ideas and write down the essential points. The said points will be very useful for revision.
  • Do not learn notes but get the most important points and put them down in order under headings and sub-headings.
  • During the weekend, set aside sometime to go over the week's work concentrating on points you have not grasped.

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