Poor Study Habits

As an educators and based on observations, most of the students from K12 to college had a hard time to cope with math subject. The main reason of this problem is poor study habits. This is very common to all and thus results to failures in academe. Yes, it is true and difficult to deal with these numerical, graphical equations, more so with math problem solving and analysis.

In addition, it is more complicated if we have not mastered yet the basic skills in mathematics. Therefore, we need to study hard, double time and even seek for math help and math tutorials. However, at this time it is knotty to find a good tutor with full of patience and perseverance to teach. Nevertheless, this is very costly and time consuming.

Thanks of being globally competitive. Now days, with the help of technology we can easily find the best online tutorial and even offers free online tutoring. It is hassle free, at reasonable price, reliable and available any time of the day. This is a great help for parents and students with less time to study and wanting to learn more the easy way. So, let us enjoy and play with numbers.

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Serline said...

I often think it is more about the distractions around kids these days, that set them back in terms of study skills. So much more interesting and so many more ways to multi-task, why stay focused on any single thing? No motivation + no focus = no knowledge acquisition/retention.

Martha said...

Hi pink, Very nice blog you have here. Thanks for stopping by The Motivation Station today :-)

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