Education plays a vital role in the development of a learner. The acquisition of new knowledge, information and the way one responds to the learning environment makes him a holistic learner. It must be uncalculated in our minds that one of the purposes of education is to train learners on how to formulate solutions to problems, how to grow independently, how to apply what they learned inside the classroom in their real life situations, and how to understand things and make them useful to one’s life.
You cannot learn simply by being told what to do or by watching others, you have to practice and practice frequently. Successful students employ time management systems to create study patterns that work and use active learning methods to add meaning and interest to their study time and maintaining their motivation by connecting reasons for study to their life goals and values. Learners must develop and ...view middle of the document...
There is saying, goes like this: “Practice makes perfect; perfect practice makes perfect. Effective study habits gradually acquired by learners will be their sole weapon and strong assurance that they can successful through the obstacles of education, making them equipped with knowledge, skills and ability to practice what they know inside the classroom with accuracy, ease and confidence.
Well in this study, it will not just evaluate each student’s performance in studying, but also try to know what improvements they should do as well as show correlations about several things that affect their studies either into bad ones or good ones. If you have been guilty of all these bad study habits, it’s not too late to learn some other habits that will work better for you. By starting your studies early, and reviewing what you’ve learned, you have a much better chance of remembering and understanding what you need to know when you face a big exam.
Success in any school depends heavily on how well you know how to study. In this study, we want to help you develop good study skills and good habits of organization in order to make the best use of your study time. Any skill you gain is a habit. Indeed, all learning is acquiring a habit. When you were younger, you learned the habit of answering "two" when asked the sum of one plus one. Any learning begins with habits. So, the question to ask you is, "Am I going to have good study habits or bad study habits If this is your typical method of studying, you already know it doesn’t work. Every time you go through this ritual, you tell yourself that you’re going to smarten up the next time you face a big exam. Next time you’ll start to study weeks in advance, you say. But instead, you keep repeating this crazy pattern. Why does this keep happening? And what should you be doing instead if you want to get better marks? Some students seem to study well without trying. How is it that some students easily manage their study time while others cram hopelessly at the last minute? The answer is simple. People who manage their time and study habits wisely will plan well ahead to make it easier on themselves.