Submitted by Peter in November 2012
First, study the subjects which u find most difficult in your course curriculum. By doing this, you are achieving two things. First, the toughest part of your curriculum is completed and secondly, you would gain a sense of pride and confidence while studying subjects that are relatively easier.
So, how do you do this? First, make a decision and stick to the schedule. Second, follow the principles; learn the fundamentals until you master them.
Finally, never give up; nothing is tough when u read again and again.
In most cases difficulty is only a mindset; stereotypes have been part of educational system. The opinion or comments from your friends, faculties or your seniors create a negative mindset that sets the downfall of your progression. Always remember! Each of us is different with varied capabilities and unique qualities.
Difficulty is an illusion; you would realize only when you face it. Instead of postponing the tough subjects at the last, start embracing it in the beginning of your academic year.
The best time to inculcate tough concepts is during early morning. When I wake up at 4.30 a.m. my mind is fresh and peaceful. This is when I make best use of the time and it has been fruitful in my student life. Try not to be a nocturnal animal, instead be an early riser. The old adage “early to bed and early to rise” should be followed religiously and you will reap the benefits.