Monday, June 26, 2017

Why You need to Study Hard in School?

 Admittedly, given the  choice between study and  recreation, most youths  would probably opt for the  latter. Some may even wish  they never had to study at  all. They do not take learning seriously; they cannot just imagine what difference it will make in their lives.  Comments like these are often made by youths when they speak of school and homework. Perhaps you share their sentiments

On the other hand, perhaps you are one who wants to succeed in school but has little enthusiasm for your schoolwork. 'I'm just not the studious type,' you may reason.

Whatever your feelings, interests, or abilities, you can make a success of school. But you must be motivated to do so. And examining the benefits that may come your way if you study hard may just give your motivation a real boost. Now lets talk about Why You Should Study Hard in School!

Brain Exercise

It true that much of what you study in school may not now seem relevant to your life. Unless you are planning a career as a scientist, you will likely have little use in the future for the physics formulas you learn from school. Further, it is not likely that as an adult you will have a day-to-day need to conjugate verbs or compute the angles of an isosceles triangle. 'So, what is the point of studying all that?' you ask.

For one thing, school provides you the opportunity to gain a good general knowledge of many different subjects, such as history, literature, science etc. This broad base of knowledge will enrich your understanding of the world around you and will form a foundation on which more specific information can be added.

One thing is sure that the mind's potential for learning must be discovered progressively and put into working order. It is common sense that a sports champion will only achieve his best results after a long period of training during which he discovers how to use his abilities to the full. . . . Knowing how to study is just that: using your full potential, getting the best results, with the minimum of time and effort.

homework may therefore be called a brain exercise. The brain is a wonderful thing created by God. . . which is created with a vast interconnecting network, and the more complex and interconnected it becomes the more efficiently it works.

School assignments can help you sharpen your abilities to concentrate, to reason, to memorize, to analyze a problem, and to draw logical conclusions.

Provide an Emotional Growth

School years are also a time of emotional growth. You are developing habits and attitudes that will to a large extent determine the kind of adult you will be. Will you be industrious, diligent, self-disciplined, and competent—someone an employer would want to hire? Training yourself now to have good work and study habits will have life-long benefits. 

Among other things, it may have a profound impact on your economic future and employment prospects. Many businesses use a person's record of academic achievement as an indicator of an applicant's future work potential.

Learn How to Study

But what if you are not studiously inclined? Realize that the primary difference between a good student and a poor student is usually diligence—not intelligence, thats a thing to keep in mind. I didn't have a lot of natural ability like some other students," you may say, to do well in school, you really had to work and work just to get decent grades.

Although school wasn't easy but you can do it, only put forth diligent efforts and you will learn not only how to study but also how to enjoy it. 

If you keep that up it will soon become an habit and will not be a big chore to study or research a subject that you want. you will learn to do it naturally.

One thing you must keep in mind is that ability alone is not enough. Many highly intelligent students fail . . . because they do insufficient work, or because they have never learned how to study effectively.

So then efficient methods of study are worth learning not only for your 
immediate purposes of study, but because your habits of work will stay with you the all the days of your life.

Look Beyond Your School Years

Many students neglect their studies simply because they  would rather be doing something else such as having a good time. Recreation and relaxation do have their place in life. However, while you are in school, studying should be one of your priorities. The results you achieve will largely be determined by how much effort you are willing to put forth. 

This does not mean that you will necessarily like every class or school assignment you receive. But you can try to see your education as a positive means to an end gaining knowledge and skills that will help you lead a useful and productive life. True, educational requirements and economic conditions vary widely from country to country.

Even so, many young people leave school without having acquired even the most basic learning skills; they find themselves unprepared or unqualified for most types of employment. And why? Because they didn't apply themselves while in school.

Do not fall into this trap! Look beyond your school years and plan on being able to support yourself after you leave school. Some day you may well have the responsibility of providing for a family. So think ahead. Long before graduating, try to find out what types of part-time work are available where you live. Applying yourself to your schoolwork can help you to develop the skills necessary to obtain such jobs.

Whatever your future plans are, it makes sense to study hard in school. No, you may not necessarily make it to the top of your class. But you can learn to love learning. Better yet, you can develop knowledge, skills, and habits that will benefit you throughout life. 

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