Thousands of students who study very hard and know their subjects well, still fail to score high marks. Such students have three enemies that hinder their success.
- A bad handwriting
- Poor spelling
- Book warming
So make up your mind to turn these enemies away and get three friends to take their place. The three friends you must have.
- A neat and legible handwriting
- Good spelling
- Conceptual understanding
If your handwriting is bad or slow it is not too late to devote 15 minutes a day to develop speed in writing that is neat and good.
IMPROVE YOUR SPELLING
Go through your note books and see which words you have mis-spelt frequently. Make a list of these common errors and study them carefully.
Use clever phrases to remember peculiar spellings.
- their bags are there.
- our school principal has high principles of living.
Write these in large letters and place them above your study table
AVOID BEING A BOOK WORM
And make sure you understand the concept. Don’t restrict yourself only to your text books; read other authors on the same subject.
USE THREE GATES TO REMEMBER WHAT WE HAVE LEARNT.
The first is the visual gate
The spelling of a difficult word we look at carefully and remember its image through eye gate.
The second is the auditory gate.
We repeat the spelling aloud and this help us to remember through the ear gate.
The Third gate is Kinaesthetic gate
The most effective method of memorizing formuales by writing down it on paper in sand or in the air.
If we remember the four p’s the success is sure to be ours.
A. JESITHA BEGUM, B.Sc, B.Ed