Test day Friday

Oct 7, 2011   //   by Brian Magallanes   //   Tutor Zone  //  No Comments

While many students wrap up the week with tests on Fridays, not too many students prepare themselves properly Monday thru Thursday (see MyTutorZone). As the rise of academic competition grows stronger students need develop better foundations for success.

Many parents have expressed frustration of late night cram sessions. The issue with academics these days are that late night cram sessions should be abolished. Students can complain they studies hard for a math exam but fail, or they question why they didn’t understand their History final.

The problem is that it is impossible to master one or two weeks of material in one night. We almost all have heard, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” However how come people never say, “Thirty minutes of studying a day brings you an A”?

Students will succeed much more by continuous studying in smaller portions than in one cram session. I have never heard of a runner run one night before a marathon and be ready. Our minds our like muscles and students need to learn how to prepare their minds for the marathon of education.

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