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Having a good plan and being motivated can get half of the job done. You still have to learn, though. You do need to put your mind to it, and practice. A good method makes the task easier. You should organize your schedule so you know not only what to study, but also how often. Being too eager can be counterproductive and cramming too much into too short a time can be disastrous.

Practice as often as you can, and check your knowledge regularly. Also, try to practice in the way that suits you best. Learning is not just about thinking. In any activity we perform, we use our senses: we see, hear, touch, taste, or smell. This is true for studying too, of course. At least one of our senses is always involved in a learning experience. However, some of us learn better using one sense over the others: for instance, some remember a word better when they see it written, while others find it easier to remember the sound of it. You should adjust the way you practice to the way you learn best, trying to use the sense or senses that 'work best' for you.

This part of the Guide highlights different learning methods you can follow. It gives you helpful tips about how much and how often to study and it shows techniques you can use to practice more efficiently. Remember that practice is the best way to learn: practice makes perfect!

 

 

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