Guidelines to Learn Through Subjects
Students think that student life is difficult. They constantly compare their student life with that of the practical or professional life. According to the students, practical life is easy as they do not carry the burden of the learning and containing the information in their minds, but they forget that they had contained all the information taught in their student life which enable them to get a job and survive the pressure of practical life.
I understand, learning tough subject is a challenging task and at times students are crying like hell as they cannot understand even a bit of that subject and mostly it happened in subjects that are of less interest to the students mainly, science and history.
Try any of the following guidelines in respect to learning or memorizing the tough or least interested subjects:
- Whenever you are opening a subject, then take a pencil in your hand and make footnotes on the book for that specific chapter. It will help you to get a peep into the crux of that difficult subject.
- Try to learn the difficult topic early in the morning as the mind is fresh at that time and receptive to new things.
- If you have learning issues together with spelling and sequence of the chapter/question then write your answers on any loose sheet or notebook for a better understanding of the subject.
- The most effective method of learning is to teach the same to another student. The trick is when you are vocal and trying to teach the other person, then your own understanding becomes clearer thus making the subject easier for you.
- Whenever you are learning something new, do not go for repeating the whole answer in one go, but divide the answer into portions, and keep on repeating each portion at least five times. This will create a passage to learn harder and improve the caliber of learning.
- Lastly, if you are finding difficulty in understanding something, then watch related videos or try on searching for some extra notes that can be helpful in making your answer easier.