what’s the best way to study ?
i have a friend he was studying engineering but not liking it..he quit it at his third year..can you imagine..three years of waste some of us would think..but we call it “sunk cost” in business administration (which i have a bachelors degree at)
you ve already lost it..forget about it and move forward, dont lose more in an easy way of explanation..
anyway he came to our school..and he liked it and interested in it..he likes the classes and everything about the school and you know what happens..he has the highest scores in any class and he has the highest gpa at the faculty..
and he has some second major on law..cause school let him have more classes if he wants..and he accepted the genarous offer and he will have two serious,valuable major degrees in four years..
its the good example..for how to study
the bad one is me..i didnt like business administration
(i didnt want at all even at the beginning.. cause i wanted to do tv-radio-cinema; but because of my med dr. father and business-accounting masters degreed mother’s sakes i studied some serious major rather than my interest major.. )
i am in the tv business now..but it costs me two more years in college and late being in the business i dreamed..
i m doing good at tv..if you wanna know
advice: find “the thing” for you..
believe me you would sacrifice your sleep for learning about something what you are into…
you will see you dont need sleep for dreams
you will be living your “dreams” ..and people are paying you for that..
Science: draw pictures, makes models, watch movies. Make the material come to life for yourself.
Math: practice problems. and study in groups, two heads are better than one ect.
English: read the material. review your notes from your teacher. write your thoughts out in quick writes to get your ideas flowing.
Spanish: watch tv, look online for interactive games.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK and really put effort into getting all the answers. This will save you so much time before a test!!
If you are waiting to the last minute and need to cram.
read all the material once really well. it seems like a waste, but then at least you have seen everythign once. in your text book pay special attention to the graph, pictures and diagrams. usually there are a lot of concepts at work in them adn they can become a great way to tie ideas together. also, be sure to give extra attention to the figures and diagrams pointed out in class. review your old homeworks. join a study group.
do the pretext preparation material.
- Academic Writing
- Case Study
- Critical Thinking
- Education Questions
- Essay Tips
- Essay Writing
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- Human Resources
- Problem Solving
- Research Paper
- Review Writing
- Social Issues
- Speech Writing
- Term Paper
- Thesis Writing
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