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Linh Tran

Prof J. Mc Dade

English 1301

Date 2/2/2013

How to Study Effectively

There is no doubt that studying is a long-term process. However, students grapple with many issues in their lives, and because of all of the competing things for their attention. Therefore, it is hard to concentrate on studying. Therefore, how to studying effectively is a question should be defined to all students. The key to effective studying is not cramming. There are some ways to studying effectively.

First of all, students need to have the attitude and motor studying clearly. Whether they spend time learning more or less, this is the most important factor affecting their studies. They will not be able to learn most effectively if they do not get a correct learning attitude. According to Lou Holtz assets that “ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do”. Those are true. Students themselves need to answer some questions such as: what they study for; who they study for. Studying is for comprehensive development of the personality, and for personal success. Without the right attitude, students will not be able to do its best and overcome all difficulties, so what is a good learning attitude? Optimistic positive and purpose are two important factors. Optimistic thinking is the key factor. This is also an important contributing factor to the success of many successful people. For example, English is my second language, so it is not easy to learn all skills such as: speaking, listening, grammar, and writing. I was not good at speaking. When I moved to United State, I always had trouble in communicate with people daily. My friends in my class, even my teacher, they did not understand when we communicated together. It frustrated me that I was bad. Moreover, because of this second language, I used to have a trouble on the first day coming to school. I remember that; after...
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