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7 Helpful Commandments You Should Know to Study Successfully Infographic


7 Helpful Commandments You Should Know to Study Successfully Infographic

Check out the 7 Helpful Commandments You Should Know to Study Successfully Infographic from Essaygobuy.com. There are certain basic things that we need to understand to learn effectively and happily. They are formulated in the form of the seven commandments.

The First Commandment

All that you study – is not an absolute truth. These are just comfortable, practically approved models, knowledge and ideas. They should be treated carefully and with respect, but do not absolutize them and do not take them as a dogma.

The Second Commandment

The things that you learn – are not loose set of facts, information, theories, methods … The things that you learn – is a system. The system of knowledge, which has its own structure and integrity. And it’s important to see, to understand and to feel this integrity.

The Third Commandment

The purpose of training is not to “stuff” yourself with knowledge and skills, but to develop your potential. Learning is a training and development of intelligence and other aspects of the personality, rather than filling the shelves in the library or mechanical testing of programs of action.

The Fourth Commandment

There are no uninteresting subjects. Sometimes the inability to find the interest and incompetent teaching discourages learning. Almost in any information one can find interest and see the meaning to study.

The Fifth Commandment

Your teachers are human beings. Not angels, not animals, not robots, not scarecrows. They are ordinary people, same as you but a little different. Most likely, they are not very brilliant, but not quite so blunt. They are unlikely to be sadistic or neurotic, but they are not saints.

The Sixth Commandment

Ratings – is not an indicator of knowledge. They only conditionally designate the level of knowledge of the subject. But grades cannot fully describe our knowledge. You shouldn’t learn for the sake of ratings. While on the other hand, the assessment – also part of the learning process.

The Seventh Commandment

To study successfully – is very simple and interesting. It is a natural state. There is nothing particularly to be proud of, but there is nothing to be ashamed of. Good study does not require any super-powers, super-efforts or too much time. But, of course, it requires strength, effort and time.

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