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“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” -Michael Jordan
by Cal Newport
By reviewing the course material on a regular basis, it is more likely to really stick with you and you will actually understand the material. Periodic review is also a lot less stressful than cramming at the last minute.
Every morning when you wake up, make a list of the most important work that needs to get done for that day. At the end of the day, write down any failed to dos and reasons. Seeing the same excuses over and over might tell you something and help you become more self-aware.
“The A+ students understood the role intensity plays in productivity and therefore went out of their way to maximize their concentration – radically reducing the time required to prepare for tests or write papers, without diminishing the quality of their results.”...
These 3 magical P’s — planning, proceeding, and proofreading are key when it comes to passing exams successfully.
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This is part one idea i learnt in this book , this book is useful for every student , either you in school, in university ( regular or distance)
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