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What are good studying ideas that can keep you involved in the lesson without getting bored?

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Vadi’s Answer

Hello Javenique,

This is based on my personal story and I hope it works for you too...

I was very average student till middle school, almost not intrested in pretty much most of the subjects. I realized that lectures were boring because i was not sure how particular subject will help me in the future. Always that question poped up my mind and i used to make my own negative judgements.

I realized that only way to make it intresting for me is to know the purpose of specific subject and way it will be useful for my future. One fine day, I questioned a teacher, very politely with total ignorance about a subject 10 mins before the class.. "How will this be useful to me.?"

To my surprise, teacher explained with real life example and it started getting me glued in. I starting becoming more active, started questioning during the class and enjoying . For me learing was through way of questions.. all thorugh my post graduation and even today ! My recommendation would be question yourself, question your friends, question your teacher and they will give wonderful tips on the purpose of subject to increase your curiosity. Happy Learning !




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Jimmy’s Answer

They ways you can keep yourself involved in a lesson can depend on how you are learning. If you are in a lecture or classroom setting, taking notes as the lesson progresses can keep your mind from wandering. You may want to divide the paper in half vertically, using one half for notes and the other half for your observations and ways of tying different bits of information together.

If it is more of a self-study scenario, practicing along as you go can help cement the concepts in your mind.

One of the most helpful things you can do, both to help memory and highlight gaps, is to practice explaining what you have learned. If you can confidently break down a subject into an "Explain it like I'm Five" that makes sense, you probably have a good handle on the subject.

Jimmy recommends the following next steps:

Practice note taking
Make flash cards
Practice as you learn
Try explaining it to someone who doesn't know about the topic
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