Because I’m lazy ahah-
totally didnt take me like 3 tries to spell that right-
oop- me can relate very muchhh
nice! happens to us all lmao
Haha sure xD
But nope, I ain’t got one of those either. I don’t even have binoculars, whaddya talking about
I need to get myself some of those. I’ve only been relying on the naked eye up until now.
lmao THEN WHADDYA WAITING FOR?
I’m practically broke- >.>
And I’m going to uni next year so more broke. >.>
(I may or may not be secretly dropping hints to people about wanting binoculars so they’ll know what sort of gift to get me when the time comes around XD)
ah, rip - in case you’d like to get your own, off your assessment whatnot now, maybe this helps in the search and pennywise? see what i did there xD
Oooh – thanks. xD I will definitely bookmark that site.
Wowww, this thread has been quite for more than 2 weeks So sorry for the radio silence but anyways, here’a question to wrap up June!
Since I’m still a student, I study by … well, I don’t really. I just laze around, even during classess. I had a resolution to be the topper last year, but then the lockdown happened and all that fire just flew out the window. Trying to get it back is tough but I don’t reeally have a choice at this point xD
It’s sad but I relate to that so much. I’ve never really had a good method for studying. All I do is read the textbook again… maybe some notes. I usually try to rely on my understanding of the material. But that’s probably not going to help much in university, ahaha…
I study by splitting my day into study sessions and non-study sessions. I’m a huge procrastinator, so I tend to do better when I assign time slots for procrastinating rather than try to eliminate it completely
I’d put my laptop in front, take notes while I listen to lectures, and just keep on reading and rereading. Sometimes I listen to music when I study and other times it’s a distraction. Doing a lot of practice problems and looking at examples also helps.
That’s a good tactic xD most students in my country typically tend to memorise more than anything And I’m sure you’ll do great in uni still!
Ah, I think I’ve read about that somewhere, happens to boost productivity even more right?
I’ve tried doing practice problems, but I’m very easily distracted, and if I’m unable to do something, I start sulking xD not a very good habit, but …
Not really this year, studying is hard for me
Aww I’m sure it’ll get better soon! Any particular reason for it?
I just don’t… a pray that I’ll pass:)
I mean, if the studying is part of the assignment, I’d do it, but if not, why should I? I’d rather procrastinate and do the bare minimum, I still get A’s anyway
Okay I prefer to answer both since I was a student not so long ago.
As far as studying goes I ONLY studied when there was an exam or test due soon. By study I mean I used a common method students in my country use called CPF ( Cram, Pass and Forget) Always worked for us coz we passed💁 If I hppnd to study, I’ll highlight main points onmy textbook, put sticky notes around the house or l2m as I study. All worked n I hope it does also in uni.
As of now I just spend my days working, reading or just binging movies