1. Know your educational opportunities.
However, it should be noted that being more motivated does not necessarily make students remember more or do better during the exam. Samford University has actually done a lot of research on the influence of motivation on retention. They are essentially meaningless. Motivation has nothing to do with retention.
If you know the possibilities for education, you can find this motivation.
2. Know how an idea works.
Education is about ideas. Some students missed this fundamental point. There is a tendency to either enjoy the general idea (I call it the “big idea”) or enjoy the specific facts that can explain the details of the big idea.
Some students are good at explaining the main themes, actions, or events that promote classroom development; however, they often lack important details. People, places, events, dates and anything that requires a flash card are easily skipped.
Successful students understand how ideas work, can follow the development of these ideas and explain them during the exam.
3. Know what an effective study is.
Bad learning programs almost always deliver on their promises, making students feel ridiculous. Weekends are full of “office” reenactments, and sundae are the most common drug for this feeling. No, looking at the “office” does not help improve academic performance. However, this is very useful for forgetting about bombing.
The training will make or break students. Successful students put their energy into learning to answer this question.
4. Know how to live the lifestyle of a successful student.
If you’ve ever had to pass the flu exam, or after a major breakup with a long-term significant other, you’ve already experienced the oneness of life. Your physical condition affects your emotional condition, your mental condition, your relationship condition and your physical condition. Successful students can use this cycle to show off their strengths, while failed students ignore them.
For example, depression can have many causes. Sometimes chemical imbalances can lead to depression. Sometimes sleep deprivation can lead to sleep deprivation. Sometimes when a girlfriend is abandoned by his girlfriend on a proposal in a Yankees game, it can cause this situation. If so, you should feel frustrated. That was a frustrating life event.
Likewise, academic success requires a healthy lifestyle that can promote a healthy lifestyle in all areas. Diet, exercise, rest, relaxation, and stress relief all play a role in the development of successful students.
5. Know how to perform the required tasks.
However, students who are assigned twenty pages of research papers or book reports do not have the right to decline a project. They have to perform these tasks, so they have to know how to perform these tasks.