Self-Study Can be Fun

Robert Kraft, CEO of Kraft group once said, “Self-study, in a sense of learning by yourself without anybody teaching you anything, has an enormous value.” So, you've decided to do some self-study. We admire your commitment, and we're confident that if you pick the right resources, you'll feel empowered by your learning experience. Here are a few suggestions for how to get started: First, set a time each day for your study habit (like right after school or right before bed). That way, you won't have any excuses when it comes to getting it done. And second, choose resources that fit into the amount of time you want to spend each day studying. For example, if you want to spend at least 30 minutes each day studying, read your class notes. However, if 30 minutes isn't enough time for you—or if you'd like to supplement your current learning habits with some extra help—you might consider taking your parents' or grandparents' help, which will allow you to share your understanding and get it corrected. If you like to study with your friend, just make sure gossip and non-study talk get a back seat. You can create and view flashcards for all subjects with the help of your friends and make studying joyful again. Until then, keep reading! Team Asymmetrical

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