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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

How To Succeed In Education




Assalamualaikum and salam 1 Malaysia.




Responsible for yourself. Responsibility is one barometer of whether you have started trying to determine its own priorities, time and resources that are reliable in achieving learning success.

Concentrate on the values ​​and principles that you believe. You decide what's important to you. Do not let friends or others to determine what is important to you.

Precede is important. Take the first priorities that you have set yourself. Do not let anyone or anything else interfere with what you have set.

Assume
you are in a "win-win situation". Suppose your friend a lot of help in learning together and many provide new ideas in doing the work as well as your competitors in the class. This way, you will always be tempted to do the best (do your best) in the class.

Understand the other person, then they will understand you. When you discuss an academic problem with the teacher, for example, ask about the math or request additional time to complete the work, place yourself as a teacher. Try to ask yourself, what is the most appropriate reason to be while in the teacher position.

Find a better solution. When you are not familiar with the topic being taught today, do not just read over the material. Try another way. For example, discuss the topic with teachers, friends, study groups or with mentors (mentor) you. They will help you to understand the topic better.

Challenge
yourself continuously. In this way, students will feel fun, and maybe you get brilliant ideas. May 7 steps will help you learn effectively and succeed in their studies.




We are the champion...

‎"To succeed you must first improve, To improve you must first practice, To practice you must first learn, and To learn you must first fail."







2 orang melatah:

Mohd Tarmizi said...

Well Done! Are you a blogger?

PEYAN SANSTARO said...

@Mohd Tarmizi


Thank you sir for visiting my blog.
Blogger? Untuk masa lapang je..
Hehehe: p

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