Internet has changed our world and even our minds. It’s harder to concentrate for long periods, you’re quicker at scanning, and you fell rushed (in a hurry).
The old methods of using too much course material no longer works.
Here is a method perfectly suited for the Internet age.
Step 1: Use good course material
Get the best course material or notes and learn from the best teachers you can find.
Join a good school/college and join a good coaching for this purpose.
Step 2: Use time after attending school/college and coaching classes
Plan how you can get use the maximum from the available time.
Step 3: Learn for the first time
Learn each topic for the first time – you may do this in a classroom or by self study. Focus on conceptual understanding. For some subjects, this also requires solving numerical or mathematical problems.
Step 4: Deepen your learning
Practice what you learn a few times to deepen your understanding, so that you really become confident in each topic.
Step 5: The Biggest Memory secret
As you know, through the ages, people have remembered Gita, Mahabharat, Koran, Bible by repeated reading/hearing them.
I tell my students, “revision or repetition is the mother of memory.”
You have to regularly revise what you learnt days, weeks, and months before. That is the only way to remember and be able to write in the exams to get the maximum marks/rank you deserve.
Have separate revision plans for working days and for weekends and holidays.
What can you do to maximize your success?
Here is the secret: Get the best tools and techniques, so you can use your mind power, your talent, your abilities, and your time for your maximum benefit.
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