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Smart Studying

 

"Studying smart" is a phrase often used by students, parents and teachers to mean "studying in an intelligent and effective way"

Not all methods of studying are intelligent or effective. For example, a person who does not pay attention in class or who does not do his homework on time is certainly not intelligent. He will not learn effectively and his grades will suffer. The result of this is that he will not be able to keep up with his peers. Even if he goes for private tuition he will be always trying to catch up, if he ever does at all.

So the first thing about studying smart is to pay fullest attention when a lesson is first being taught in class. Your learning will be quick and effective. Ask questions if there is anything that you do not understand. The teacher will be pleased to help. Do your homework and assignment on time and you will never have a backlog of work. You are ever ready for the next lesson.

Furthermore, being up to date with your school work means you do not have to take private tuition on any subject. this saves money and you will have time for leisure or recreation.

Revision books and guides are aplenty these days. Use them with care. Having more than one revision book per subject is waste of money. Also learning from too many books only serves to confuse you and take up precious time.

Finally, know the format of the examinations and practice the previous years' questions to familiarize yourself with them. When the actual examinations come, you will know how to handle the questions.

     
peers   a person who is the same age or has the same social position or the same abilities as other people in a group:
     
backlog   a large number of things that you should have done before and must do now
     
 
 
 

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