Thursday, 25 December 2014

Effective Study Habits – Work S.M.A.R.T

Work smart and not work hard is the mantra that students could follow to incorporate smart study habits in their routine. The students of 10th and 12th are now faced with prelims and as the days are coming closer the anxiety is rising among the parents as well as the students.

Many students have taken to burning the midnight lamp and feel that those extra hours at night allow them to absorb better. In some cases parents are experiencing a high level of stress and many working mothers have decided to take leave and be at home to monitor the students while studying and ensuring that they do not watch television. This may help many students, however, it also could boom range as the students are not used to having the mothers around and suddenly experience as if they are being watched. Parents need to be as a moral support and not as a watch. 

However, the above study habits generally come with strong side effects such as mental and physical fatigue, irritation, restlessness etc. This brings in further disturbance in eating habits, sleeping patterns and by the time the board exams arrive, some students suffer from the burn out syndrome.

Success is in our hand and the following study habits tips if followed regularly could bring about excellent results.

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 Ramdhar Maheshwari Career Counseling Centre (RMCC) has introduced with Work S.M.A.R.T modules, a powerful student and family empowerment program to build confidence, inculcate self discipline and enhance performance This works on specific area enhancement such as
  • Goal Setting
  • Brain Yoga
  • Effective study Habits
  • Time Management
  • Social Interaction
  • Building Confidence
  • Reading , Vocabulary and Comprehension (RVC) and many more

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