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Motivation to study is when you have the eagerness to study with your desire to have great marks. Eagerness to study comes when you have a future vision about your life and where do you want to be after graduation from college, without having such eagerness, studying could be challenging. A recent study showed that students who have a future vision so that they know what life looks like after graduation are more motivated than those who don't have a future vision. Here
All students like to be successful in classrooms including students who believe that they should be naughty in the classroom to require attention and respect. Success in classrooms are different for different students, success in classroom are categorized to: • Student-to-colleagues social success • Student-to-teachers social success • Student academic and intelligence success in class There are students who are successful building relationships with their collea
At the present the simple multiplication skills of very many pupils are good for nothing, and our children are getting worse and worse at the skills. If the situation is not changed, then, maybe, very soon we will be forced to say that most pupils cannot perform simple multiplication.
Study skills are crucial for your child to be successful in his or her academic career, but they alone are not enough to make your child a straight "A" student. To get the total package, your child needs both study skills and organizational skills. You can help your child learn and master simple organization skills at home, from an early age.
An exam tests more than your knowledge. It tests your mental discipline and emotional stability too. Some students occasionally collapse under the threat of exams. Fear makes them nervous or they suddenly become sick. To avoid this disease of test anxiety, try the following prescription:
All of us, students and non-students alike, forget important things. This happens when we don't transfer information into long-term memory. It is important to know how to do this in order to do well in school and beyond. Just think about it: you need to remember what you read, what your boss told you, the driving directions someone rushes at you at a stoplight, or, if you are a student, what the teacher says.