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How can I prepare for CA Final Group 1 in 2 months?First of all the question is incomplete , you should specify your attempt number.If its your first attempt then its difficult not impossible. I have prepared both group in four month, result cleared 2nd group and 1 exemption in 1st group.Coming to answer part four subjects in two months is not that difficult if you have your basics cleared.The only thing you have to target is that you have to study minimum 12 hrs a day for two months, effectively 9 hours a day.Allocate 10 days to each subject or one or two more or less to particular subject according to your capacity and requirements. Make sure you study according to weightage of topics and you should complete topic and subject within allocated time, remember planning is the most important part.You can also prepare theoretical subject in day time and do practice of practical subject after evening. This also will help you to refresh your mind when you get bored of studying a same subject whole day.So now 20 days left for your first revision i.e 4 days each subject. Just refer it what you have studied in your first study, try to recapitulate things. Do write one practice paper each day for the subject you have taken for revision in evening. Do refer P.M and RTP in your revision. You have to complete revision two days before exams, beleive me you can do it.I have done revision of 8 subjects in just 28 days.I could have written topicwise but every one has different caliber or different grip over topic or subject.Remember, first plan your work then work your plan , Success will be yours.All the best.
How do I prepare for CA final 1st group in 1 month?I guess all the answers below will tell you what to do but in the end, it’s all you who have to do it all on your own. You will have to figure out what to study reading things here would be very easy but not when you sit to do them.Hey there, I won’t give you the crap that hey I got this rank and I think I am pretty much eligible for this answer that’s not a reason you give. dah!!!Below you will find the most experienced and best way to study so that you can get better than what you have been getting.You will see the image attached at the end and follow that schedule if you feel so this will help you in preparing and also give the decency of time.You might have to focus more on relaxing your mind and trying to regain what you have learned rather than playing and watching TV, watching TV is the most annoying thing to me as that not only wastes your time also make you think about it later on while preparing. (that’s what happens with me)Now coming back to schedule this will be the schedule that you will have to follow while preparing on your own rather than this what I would suggest is to you is to take an online institute class. Now why I would say Online institute classes because of the following reasons mentioned below-No traveling expensesBooks/E-booksOne year validity of courseActive doubt sessionChat support with facultyCall supportPractical sessionsAll these things are never provided or available in an Offline Institute, this will make things much easy and get you the most time to study and prepare.An online institute is a reason I am writing this here, to share my experience and knowledge with you.All this is possible if you only have a clear path which can only be provided with the help of a teacher or someone who has knowledge and experience about what you are studying which again a teacher/online institute. Every student needs a teacher in order to signNow some specific goals. It is not like that you cannot clear it without a teacher you can for sure but that will take its own time and still, there are not many chances but when there is someone to guide you around obviously the chances are more to succeed.Speaking from personal experience a faculty or an institute will help you not just in the education phase but also in many other difficult phases of life while you are studying.Takshila Learning Pvt LtdWebsite- www.takshilalearning .comAnd do remember to fill the form for the best knowledge and assistance along the website.Though there are many crash courses adn many other things but they won’t help you as much as an Online Institute and you can help yourself thus focus more on gaining knowledge.The exam is just a test to check to whether your knowledge is sufficient or not for a CA.Happy LearninggggggggggThanks
As a cashier, what is the boldest thing you ever said to a customer knowing that you might get fired afterwards?I was the manager at a local retail pharmacy store. It was a pharmacy that was also a one stop shop for just about anything you could need. This included a larger than normal grocery and liquor section. There were no grocery stores on this side of town, and if you didn’t have a car, you had to come here.It was also one of the more unsavory neighborhoods. The projects were just up the hill from us. We were between two homeless shelters (men’s and women’s), and an assisted living facility. There was a greyhound bus station one block over and we neighbored the major hospital and the city fire department. This combination made the store rather unique in its clientele. You would probably recognize the store name if I listed it. They are nation wide.It was also the only store I knew of that broke every rule of “the customer is always right” and corporate never said a word about it. If you showed any weakness to the customers in the store, they would walk all over you so it was encouraged to stand up for yourself as long as you did not over do it. That being said, we were nearly always courteous, willing to go above and beyond, as long as you showed us the same respect in return. If you did not… I’m a fairly big guy and used to work security and is ex-military. We also employed a couple of security staff as theft was a regular thing (typically $300–500 a day walking out the door if we let it). I also made sure every employee we hired could also handle themselves. Needless to say, I have tons of stories, but I will only write one. I’ll edit in a few more stories if people want more.Story #1: We are a little shorthanded one day and I’m helping run the registers. A man comes in in a wheelchair; he is mid 40’s and scruffy looking with an old military style jacket. His buddy is pushing him around and they immediately get in line. It usually means they just need the cigarettes that are behind the counter.They are very loud and obnoxious. They make comments such as, “Look at that girl’s ass. Mmhmm!” as the lady checks out and leaves the store. When she ignores them, “What, honeybuns? No time for us? Pfft, bitch.” This really rubs me the wrong way but I hold my tongue. It, unfortunately, is not uncommon for this side of town.They come up to my register. I give them my best fake smile and ask what I can do for them. They ask for cigarettes. I ask for ID. They are obviously over 18, and normally I wouldn’t ask, but they’re being assholes. Why not let me flex what little authority I have, right? Apparently neither of them remembered to grab their IDs before they left the house. Dang, right? Looks like I have to refuse the sale.They start to argue. I tell them, “Sorry. No ID, no cigarettes. Store policy.” All the while I have a big shit eating grin on my face. They give me a bit of grief, call me a white boy, a racist, and a few other choice names. It is stuff I hear on a regular basis, but I have the community to back me up. After a moment or so the guy in the wheelchair says, “Whatever, man. I need to use your restroom. Where is it?”We do not have public restrooms due to some people who like to smear fecal matter on walls. So I say, “Sorry, sir. We do, but they are employee only bathrooms. We do not offer bathrooms for public use.” It is the standard line I use with everyone.They go off at this point, “&$%# you, man. Where’s your manager? I’ll have your $)*& job.” I tell him that I am the manager. He gets louder, yelling at me and causing a scene. He tells me that he is disabled and I HAVE to give him access to the restroom. Every other word is &!@# this, and ^@!$ that. It is federal law and if I don’t let him use the restroom he will have me fired first and then arrested. He would put me on youtube and tell the world how I was the worst human being in history because I wouldn’t let an asshole of a man who can’t walk use the restroom. The world would know my villainous deeds (my words, not his).Funny thing that, ADA law. It states that if I have PUBLIC restrooms then I have to give him access. We did not have public restrooms. I direct him across the street to the hospital as they have public restrooms there. He continues to yell at me. I tell him, very politely, that if he has no business in the store then he needs to leave as there are customers in line behind him. He tells me that he isn’t leaving and is going to call the cops and his lawyer.What he fails to notice is a police officer about four people behind him in line. He is coming on duty and stocking up on snacks before shift. I know the cop and he comes in a couple of times a week. He has been watching this whole thing unfold.The guy is almost out of his wheelchair as he leans on the counter to yell at me. As he is doing this a good sized bag of weed falls out of his inside jacket pocket and onto the counter. This was before it was legal in the most states. I speak clearly and slowly, “Please sir, pick up your bag of weed and leave the store if you have no further business with us.” As I say this I lock eyes with the officer. The officer’s eyes roll because he knows where this is going. He’s just trying to get snacks… not make an arrest. He’s not even on shift yet. I kind of feel sorry for the guy.The man in the wheelchair follows my gaze right to the officer, then looks down at the bag of weed, then back to the officer. His eyes bug out and get as big as his head. I stand there; still smiling.The guy bolts upright, apparently he didn’t need the wheelchair after all, and takes off running out the front door. He gets about half-way across the parking lot before the officer catches up and pops him with the taser. The man goes down HARD. His buddy, the one that was pushing the wheelchair, gets away.The whole store is either half cheering or half laughing as the guy gets arrested. Long story short… I paid for the officer’s snacks that day. Don’t mess with karma.EDIT: Another story.Story #2: It is another day in retail paradise. Liquor was a large part of our sales. The only other liquor store (other places sold beer and wine, but not liquor) was miles away. We also have a large homeless population and being between two shelters you could consider this store the front line.Don’t get me wrong, most of our older homeless population were decent enough folk. They’d come in for their sundries or daily pint of liquor. Most we were on a first name basis with and we would help them out as we could. It was typically the younger homeless population we had problems with.Our city in particular had a reputation of being kind to the homeless. Within city limits you could go any number of places, 42 in total, on any given day for a free meal. We had a needle exchange program, no questions asked, and an abundance of different shelters. Our city is not exactly thriving and there is also a large number of empty buildings and warehouses. In the previous year alone our homeless population quadrupled; actual fact, not exaggeration. Our state is #1 (or #50 depending on how you look at it) in drug overdose related deaths. For example, we had one lady in the news recently. The paramedics had brought her back from the point of death, heroin overdose, 13 times over the course of 6 months; a new record.The problem with this is every young punk that hits the streets wants to make a name for him(her)self. Either as a dealer or a badass. And what is a good first step to being a badass? A lot thought it was stealing liquor from our store for their buddies. Eventually it would lead to rolling the older homeless population for what little they had. Why rob another homeless? Because they wouldn’t report it. The older guys would come in with busted lips, swollen faces and black eyes on the regular.But… back to liquor theft…A kid, no more than 16 years old, comes in with one of our regulars. I am in the office doing some paperwork, but I always keep an eye on the cameras. I watch as the kid and regular go to the liquor aisle. The kid picks out two bottles of liquor and hands them to the guy. The guy walks up front to buy the bottles, and the kid disappears in the store pretending to not be with this guy.We get regular check-ins with the local ATF (they love handing out fines in our area) and we are pretty strict if it is obvious. And this was obvious. So I take a little trip to the registers. When the guy steps up to check out, I take over the register and refuse the sale. He asks why. I tell him the truth of the matter and that we are not comfortable with making the sale and are refusing service unless the kid can prove he is of legal age. The man denies he is with the kid, but I tell him that it does not matter. At this point, I have refused the sale and I will not be changing my mind. He is annoyed, but he gives up and leaves the store. The kid follows him out a minute later. Problem solved, right? Nope.About 20 minutes later the kid comes back in the store. He is a tall white kid, about six foot tall and looks like he has been on a three day bender. I would put my money on . I take another trip back to the office to watch the cameras. The kid walks back to the liquor aisle and grabs a bottle. He walks to the back wall with his back to the camera and you can tell he is shoving the said bottle down his pants.I pick up my radio and tell our security guy on duty what I just saw and that I’ll meet him by the door. Our security guy on duty that night is, to this day, a good friend of mine. He is a 6′6″, early 50s, 350lbs black man that constantly looks like you just kicked his puppy. He wears more bling than I’ve ever seen someone wear. You can barely see his fingers for the amount of rings, and he wears 5–6 gold chains minimum, and ALWAYS has shades on. 2am? You guessed it, still in bling and shades. To put it bluntly, the man is intimidating. Hell, when he is off the clock, he is a side bail bondsman. He didn’t like to be called a bounty hunter, but that’s exactly what he did. All the guy had to do was show up and most people would just give up. He has a deep voice, is very blunt, and could be gruff around the edges.Here is what the public doesn’t know about him. He is a HUGE teddy bear. My mother would come into the store quite often; a little 5′4″, 130lbs tiny white lady and elementary school teacher. She’d walk right up to him, give him a big hug and would start ordering him around. “I need a jug of milk. Go grab it for me, will you?” etc etc. And he’d do it, every single time. If a kid came into the store and looked a bit scraggly, that kid would not leave without a sandwich, chips and a drink.Our big intimidating security guard was a big softie. And he was gay. Not that it matters, but the first time I met his boyfriend, I lost it. He walks in one evening and introduces his boyfriend to us. He is 5′5″ and about 150lbs. He was no bigger than my mom. He took very good care of himself and was well put together. Just the image of our 6′6″ big intimidating black guy in bling and shades and this little white guy standing side by side was too hilarious. The were perfect opposites, the yin and the yang. I think I laughed for five minutes straight. Both of them still give me hell for it whenever we all get together. They’re honestly a pretty amazing couple.Anyway, back to the story. I make it up front to the door. Our security guard, I’ll call him Teddy, has stopped the kid trying leave. The theft alarm by the door has went off but the kid obviously isn’t carrying anything. Teddy is chuckling, and I don’t understand why. He is normally in super serious mode when he catches a shoplifter.That’s when I see it. This kid looks like he has an erection to put most any guy to shame. He is just standing there and acting like it just doesn’t exist. Teddy is asking him what “it” is. The kid responds, “What do you think, old man?” The kid is grinning ear to ear. No matter how much we grill the kid he refuses to say it is a bottle and proudly professes that it is “all him.”Now, it is our store policy that we do not search anyone without permission. We do, however, have the right to detain for a certain amount of time if we have solid proof of theft. We ask the kid if we can search him. He gets pissed and says, “Hell no, you ain’t touchin’ me there.”Teddy responds with a quick, “Trust me kid, we don’t want to.”The cops are called and we take the kid back to the office. We sit him down in a chair. Surprise! The erection looks like it got even bigger now that he’s sitting. We’re laughing every time we turn away from kid and shaking our heads.The cops never show up. Our city cops are usually pretty busy and there aren’t enough of them, so shoplifting is pretty far down on their priority list. We can only hold someone for an hour before we have to cut them loose. Needless to say, the cops never make it and we cannot search the kid. The kid swears he is over 18 (I highly doubt it), has no ID, and his parents aren’t even from here. Our hands are tied. There is nothing we can do other than tell the kid that he is furthermore banned from the store then cut him loose.Though at one point it is asked if he needs a doctor. More for laughs than anything else. Why? Because Teddy and I aren’t particularly attractive guys, and we’ve been his only company for an hour. The “erection” was still going strong. Seriously… we just want our bottle back. I’m not even sure if we could charge full price for it anymore. At this point, I’d consider the liquor fully crotched out, lol.We walk him to the front of the store, and again, he sets off our theft alarm. The kid just smiles. He thinks he is going to get away with a free bottle. Honestly, I thought he was going to get away with it. Thank god for Teddy.Right before the kid gets out the front door, Teddy steps in front of him. This kid has been a smart-ass the entire time. So Teddy, with all his size steps inches from this kids face. He signNowes down towards the kids crotch. For an instant I freak out, because I’m feeling a law suit coming on.Teddy says, “Boy, I know big. And you ain’t that big.” The kid sees what Teddy is doing and his face freezes in terror. Teddy, with his blinged out fingers, flicks the boys erection. You hear a very audible, “clink!” Metal on metal. I mean, come on. We all knew it was a bottle. But can you imagine? A huge intimidating black man flicking a 16 year old white kid’s penis in the projects? The store erupted in laughter.Teddy, “Now give me the damn bottle.” The kid immediately gets red in the face. The rest of us are almost rolling on the ground. I’m not sure what was funnier; what Teddy just said or the look on the kids face. In the end we got the bottle back, no one was any worse for wear. We ended up wiping the bottle down and selling it at a discount. I don’t think we told people the reason.There are a lot crazier stories, but that one always stuck out as extra funny to me.EXTRAS:We’ve caught several weird looking things. We once caught a woman who had stuffed ear buds (and wires) into her panties. The cord had come out and was hanging out of her shorts. Teddy told her she might want to check herself. She had a string hanging out, and weren’t those typically white? When the police searched her, she also had a couple of thumb drives. Only they were a little bit further up in than her pantie if you catch my drift. We didn’t ask for them back. Ew.One girl stole a “marital aid” and got away with it. We did not know she got away with it until we checked the cameras later that evening. The next day she comes back in and tries to steal a few things from our electronic section. We find our electronics… and an obviously used vibrator from the day before. Ew again.We have found condom boxes opened then a used, and then finished in condom, on the floor. Not sure how they pulled that one off without people noticing.One guy uses his 6 year old daughter as a lookout while he grabs what he can. He gets banned from the store. A week later, a woman comes in with the same little girl. The police happen to be in the store at the same time getting a few things. She is caught stealing. As soon as she does I watch the little girl pull something from her pocket. It is a tooth she lost recently. The little girl acts like she just lost the tooth and is in pain. She mother asks the cops if she can just be let go this once so she can get the girl to a dentist. The cops refuse. We separate the mother from the daughter. The daughter is acting normally 5 minutes later playing with a toy we gave her and drinking a juice.The amount of make-up and hair dye that people try to steal is unreal. Mostly it is local well known prostitutes that try to pull that.We caught the police chief’s wife stealing once. She didn’t need to. She just wanted the thrill of it. We let her go with the condition that she not come back to this store.I saw an employee’s boyfriend strip naked in a store, grab two beers from the fridge. He chugged one on the spot ran to the check out counter (nude), opened the second and poured it over his girlfriend’s (our employee) head calling her a bitch and saying that she would miss him. Apparently it was day 5th day awake on . She was trying to get clean (and was clean for 2 years by that point).Most of us were cussed out on a daily basis. Especially me being the manager. I watched a 5′3″, 110lbs female employee chase a guy outside who stole a bottle and jerked him by his collar off a bike and onto the ground. Bottle broke in his pants as he went down. She was scrappy and you didn’t mess with her.I try to stay free of violence, but I had to put one or two customers on the ground before because they tried to assault my employees. We were never robbed at gunpoint, but the gas station down the street was several times. There were a few shoot-outs there. The owner of the gas station always carried a gun and didn’t take to being robbed lightly.I remember one older guy had a heart attack in line. He went down and banged his head on the corner of our counter. Luckily the hospital was right next door, but I have to this day never seen that much blood. It was everywhere and took forever to clean up. Before the medics took him away, he made us promise to take his car to his wife up on the hill. When Teddy stepped out of her husband’s car and knocked on the door, I thought the little old white lady would have a heart attack.I felt sorry for one teenage girl. She was maybe 12 or 13. She was really skittish. We asked her if she needed anything but would get embarrassed and just say she was looking. After looking for a few minutes she ended up in the tampon aisle. When she came up front she paid for it keeping her head down the entire time. The person behind her said, “Miss, I think you’re bleeding.” Where she was standing, there was a small blood puddle with a few drips where she had stepped up in line. I’ve never seen someone look so horrified. She grabbed her bag and ran out of the store crying.Working at that store, there was never a dull day. Something was always happening there, good or bad. It is something I will never forget.
What's your average day at West Point like?Things can vary wildly from week to week and depending on the part of the year (football season vs. slug nap season.) Also keep in mind I’m a plebe and a slug (non-NCAA athlete.)This an example of one my days from 1st semester and it is a typical but light day.0600. Alarm clock goes off. I don’t have any morning duties this week, but I still like to have plenty of time in the morning. Roll out of bed. Take my stuff I sleep with and lock it underneath my bed. The actual sheets are never slept on to keep them good for inspection.0650. Already standing outside in uniform for morning formation. Move my left foot back and forth a few times. Go to breakfast.0700–0715. Breakfast. Mmm rehydrated eggs.0730–0825. Sweet, sweet Calculus.0840–0935. Sprint across campus and get dressed for Boxing class. On Day 2’s I have Physical Geography.0935–1100. No class in this slot for me!!! Shower and do Chinese homework. (We are on Day 1/Day 2 schedule so on Day 2 I don’t have boxing class or this free hour.) On day 2’s I have Intro to Computing Technology. Often I’d take this time to get administrative stuff done such as visit whatever shop I needed.1100–1155. Chinese. 中文.1200. Lunch formation. Move my left foot a few times. Turn. Hear some announcements. Better remember to get fitted for some other uniform. Team leader asks if I’ve filled out the tracker. What tracker? Fill out thetracker. Got it.1200–1240. Lunch. Lunch has gotten a lot better lately with new mess hall management.1255–1340. Normally I would have a free hour but today I got tasked to attend a speech by an intel analyst who helped hunt down Saddam Hussein. Alright.1355–1450. Introduction to Warfighting. Today I’m memorizing map graphics. So that is how you depict an enemy rocket propelled grenade attached to a intelligence platoon. On Day 2’s I have English.1450–1615. I don’t have a class during this slot either. I’m lucky I have such an easy schedule Day 1’s. Maybe nap before Company athletics if I didn’t fail room inspection.1615–1745. Company athletics. I’m on my company’s soccer team. We’re gonna kick Echo Company’s ass.1800–1930. Optional dinner.1900. I’m not in minutes platoon this week but I am in trash platoon. Time to round up other plebes and take out a little over 100 people’s garbage.1930–2330. Mandatory study period for 1st and 2nd year students. No one can order me to do anything except study. And you have to study. You can go to bed before 2330 if you want. I always do.So you can see there’s a lot going on but I was lucky during my 1st semester schedule to have some pauses here and there. Some people are much busier than I was. On top of this there are various other requirements I might have had to meet such as online training or inspections.
How can I study more effectively? I manage to make average grades from what I retain in class and with the little studying I manage to do. I do find flash cards work for definitions, but I am a nursing student and they can only go so far. Any tips?Okay. Enough of “what-to-do” or “how-to-do rules”. I'm going to tell you the stuff you shouldn't do in order to make your study time more efficient and productive.TEN RULES OF BAD STUDYINGAvoid these techniques—they can waste your time even while they fool you into thinking you’re learning!1. Passive rereading—sitting passively and running your eyes back over a page. Unless you can prove that the material is moving into your brain by recalling the main ideas without looking at the page, rereading is a waste of time.2. Letting highlights overwhelm you. Highlighting your text can fool your mind into thinking you are putting something in your brain, when all you’re really doing is moving your hand. A little highlighting here and there is okay—sometimes it can be helpful in flagging important points. But if you are using highlighting as a memory tool, make sure that what you mark is also going into your brain.3. Merely glancing at a problem’s solution and thinking you know how to do it. This is one of the worst errors students make while studying. You need to be able to solve or answer a question/problem step-by-step, without looking at the solution.4. Waiting until the last minute to study. Would you cram at the last minute if you were practicing for a track meet? Your brain is like a muscle—it can handle only a limited amount of exercise on one subject at a time.5. Repeatedly solving problems of the same type that you already know how to . If you just sit around solving similar problems during your practice, you’re not actually preparing for a test—it’s like preparing for a big basketball game by just practicing your dribbling.6. Letting study sessions with friends turn into chat sessions. Checking your solution with friends, and quizzing one another on that you know, can make learning more enjoyable, expose flaws in your thinking, and deepen your learning. But if your joint study sessions turn to fun before the work is done, you’re wasting your time and should find another study group.7. Neglecting to read the textbook before you start working out problems. Would you dive into a pool before you knew how to swim? The textbook is your swimming instructor—it guides you toward the answers. You will flounder and waste your time if you don’t bother to read it. Before you begin to read, however, take a quick glance over the chapter or section to get a sense of what it’s about.8. Not checking with your instructors or classmates to clear up points of confusion. Professors are used to lost students coming in for guidance—it’s our job to help you. The students they worry about are the ones who don’t come in. Don’t be one of those students.9. Thinking you can learn deeply when you are being constantly distracted. Every tiny pull toward an instant message or conversation means you have less brain power to devote to learning. Every tug of interrupted attention pulls out tiny neural roots before they can grow.10. NOT GETTING ENOUGH SLEEP.Your brain pieces together problem-solving techniques when you sleep, and it also practices and repeats whatever you put in mind before you go to sleep. Prolonged fatigue allows toxins to build up in the brain that disrupt the neural connections you need to think quickly and well. If you don’t get a good sleep before a test, NOTHING ELSE YOU HAVE DONE WILL MATTER.______________________________________________Edit: Okay, I tricked you.Because I'll also be mentioning the rules you should follow to become the Asuna or um, Kirito of your game! Of studying ofc. ;-)TEN RULES OF GOOD STUDYING1. Don't Review, Recall. After you read a page, look away and recall the main ideas. Highlight very little, and never highlight anything you haven’t put in your mind first by recalling. Try recalling main ideas when you are walking to class or in a different room from where you originally learned it. An ability to recall—to generate the ideas from inside yourself—is one of the key indicators of good learning.2. Test yourself. On everything. All the time. Flash cards are your friend.3. Chunk your problems. Chunking is understanding and practicing with a problem solution so that it can all come to mind in a flash. After you solve a problem, rehearse it. Make sure you can solve it cold—every step. Pretend it’s a song and learn to play it over and over again in your mind, so the information combines into one smooth chunk you can pull up whenever you want.4. Space your repetition. Spread out your learning in any subject a little every day, just like an athlete. Your brain is like a muscle—it can handle only a limited amount of exercise on one subject at a time.5. Alternate different problem-solving techniques or methods while studying or practicing. Never practice too long at any one session using only one problem-solving technique—after a while, you are just mimicking what you did on the previous problem. Mix it up and work on different types of problems. This teaches you both how and when to use a technique. (Books generally are not set up this way, so you’ll need to do this on your own.)After every assignment and test, go over your errors, make sure you understand why you made them, and then rework your solutions. To study most effectively, handwrite (don’t type) a problem on one side of a flash card and the solution on the other.Handwriting builds stronger neural structures in memory than typing. You might also photograph the handwritten card if you want to load it into a study app on your smartphone. Quiz yourself randomly on different types of problems. Another way to do this is to randomly flip through your book, pick out a problem, and see whether you can solve it cold.6. Take breaks. It is common to be unable to solve problems or figure out some concepts the first time you encounter them. This is why a little study every day is much better than a lot of studying all at once. When you get frustrated with a math or science problem, take a break so that another part of your mind can take over and work in the background.7. Use explanatory questioning and simple analogies. Whenever you are struggling with a concept, think to yourself, How can I explain this so that a ten-year-old could understand it? Using an analogy really helps, like saying that the flow of electricity is like the flow of water. Don’t just think your explanation—say it out loud or put it in writing. The additional effort of speaking and writing allows you to more deeply encode (that is, convert into neural memory structures) what you are learning.8. Focus. Turn off all interrupting beeps and alarms on your phone and computer, and then turn on a timer for twenty-five minutes. Focus intently for those twenty-five minutes and try to work as diligently as you can. After the timer goes off, give yourself a small, fun reward. A few of these sessions in a day can really move your studies forward. Try to set up times and places where studying—not glancing at your computer or phone—is just something you naturally do.9. Eat your frogs first. Do the hardest thing earliest in the day, when you are fresh.10. Make a mental contrast. Imagine where you’ve come from and contrast that with the dream of where your studies will take you. Post a picture or words in your workspace to remind you of your dream. Look at that when you find your motivation lagging. This work will pay off both for you and those you love!For reference :One of the best books you can read by applying various strategies to become better at any subject.A Mind for Numbers by Barbara OakleyThank you :) Cheers!
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