which is more effective?

India
November 8, 2008 4:53am CST
is it studying fast n revising more time or is it studying slow goig into the finer details wat do ya think.
4 responses
@pryce_mbg (716)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
i think it is more effective if you study and understand what you have studied more deeply. it is a matter of understanding the lesson of what you have read. studying fast may be good as long as you understand all you have studied.
• India
8 Nov 08
ya i think i agree wid u itzz just adapting to the priorities tatzzz important.
@annierose (17254)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
One should pay serious attention to his or her studies. It doesn't matter if you memorized all the facts and information the teacher had given to you, what matter is you know well what are you studying. Paying attention more on details will help you to understand more important and bigger information. Studying by mind and also by heart is a good thing. It helps a student not just to learn but also to enjoy what he or she is learning.It is also important to always pray and ask God for His guidance.
• India
8 Nov 08
ya but studying wid the mind n the heart takes a lot of time than is usually at disposal wen ur in a professional course.
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
for taking time to study and having ample time to revise my work is more effective than cramming in the last minute, though sometimes I tend to do this when I have a lot of things in my hand.
• India
8 Nov 08
ya i guess spending more time is better than getting cornered during xamzzz
• United States
9 Nov 08
Spending more time studying is better. I find when I cram, although i remember what I learned at the time of the cramming and an hour later. but the moment i am sitting in front of the test I forgot everything I learned. So slow and steady is the way to do it, I'm trying to do that