Second Coursers and the Ability to Study again.

January 24, 2008 5:01am CST
I am a 2nd-courser nursing student and a mother of two boys.... 3yr old Andre and 6-month old Angelo. Recently, I have been wondering why I can not force myself to concentrate on studying for my upcoming exams. Is it because of my age? I am 29yrs old right now. Or is it because of my recent cesarean operation. Or maybe I'm using the wrong study habits. If you have techniques or tips to help me study and get better grades, please share.
1 response
• China
25 Jan 08
i'm sorry i have no experience with you ,but i 've seen many examples of old people studying well.they put it,everything is possible if you put your heart into it.i suggest you regard it as your motto.age is not the problem.though it may cause the decline of memory,you can spend more time or efforts than others to overcome it.but it's obvious that you 'll come across a lot of it's of importance for you to stick to your goal and realize it you may have other jobs to do at the same time .so time is limited.i suppose you take the rest to recite or spare a period of certain time everyday to study.succees always blong to those who work hard forever.i wish you can pass the upcoming exams.
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• Philippines
25 Jan 08
Thank you very much for that wonderful and encouraging response. I do hope i pass my exams tomorrow. I will let you know if i do. You are right, age should never be an issue with regads to learning.