Friday, 30 March 2012

读书,怎么办?Time to Study and I Feel Like... HOW?(Part 4)

Let me ask you some questions:

Do you know what are your priorities?
Do you get to arrange your tight schedule perfectly without stressing you out?
Are you happy in studying?

If "Yes", congratulations! You are ready to move on to Part Four. Give yourself a big applause!

If not, ponder over again and start afresh. Better safe than sorry! Plus, nobody's perfect and we learn from mistakes!

So here, we are moving on to a whole new chapter-beginning your learning process! This post will be short-this time. XD

Unless you have a super memory, you should know that absorbing knowledge is by no means an easy process. Here's a link for you if you want to know about it! (Okay, I am nowhere good in Science!)

By now, you should know why I do NOT recommend you to stay up late for that school assessment for the next day. The process of remembering facts does not happen overnight; it is a long and complex process. To ease up memory and understand facts better in school, you should have being well-prepared prior to the lessons in school.

Sorry for the bad picture quality! I captured them with my cellphone.

Here are some tips for you to gear up for lessons, right before the teacher has something to say! I don't recommend you to shoot up suggestions or brag as though as if YOU are the teacher, though. That is simply bratty.

  • Scan through the chapter that your teacher is about to teach. For instance, if your teacher will be teaching Logarithms, practice your logarithms first. Labour your time for lots of research in that relevant topic, preferably from a variety of reference books. (Yes, your money from that festive season should go into reference books for your sake!)

  • If you are studying a reading subject (E.g. History, Biology, Geography), then why not make mind maps? (Look at the second picture) or short notes? (First picture) Your mind map should comprise of key words (minus the connective words), a variety of colours (but do not overkill with too many colours), and suitable graphics to heighten your interest in that particular topic.

  • Of course, read and remember some notes before you start your mind map! Copying everything into your mind map is nothing but a waste of time and inks. You need not memorize EVERYTHING beforehand; try to remember as many facts as possible; Five points are good enough. 

  • Read through your mind map again after completing it.

  • If you can spare some extra time for practices, that will be better! For those who come early to school, utilise that time to do your practises, NOT by sleeping or gossiping or loitering!

Hopefully, by the time your teacher began to give a long speech in class, you will not feel drowsy or confused anymore!


  • 你清楚知道你的需要和责任吗?
  • 你能在轻松的情况下妥善分配时间吗?
  • 你读书快乐吗?



除非你有超强记忆力,你应深知吸收知识的过程,复杂无比。(好吧,我承认我的科学常识不好! :P)



  • 预先把课文读一遍。比方说,隔天,老师要教对数,就先把对数练好。广泛在那一课方面做参考,最好从多种参考书获取相关资料。(红包钱,这样花才对!)

  • 假如你所读的科目是死背型的(如历史、生物、地理)不妨画下Mind Map吧。(我不知道Mind Map在华文叫什么)或简短笔记。你的Mind Map应有关键文字,并富含色彩(适量颜色就好)和一些相关插图以使笔迹更生动有趣。

  • 设计Mind Map之前,记得要记得一些笔记!要不,光抄笔记等于白费。不需记得全部资料;一次五句就算不错了。做完后,再读一遍。

  • 有时间做练习就做。早到学校,不要睡觉或讲废话,而是读书、做习题。


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