by Robert Deloatch.
A typical student today is faced with a lot of stress-inducing activities. These can range from the family environment, social activities and the pressure to do well not only in studies but also in extracurricular programs. How does a student successfully manage his time despite these stressors? This is discussed in detail in the Pilot Speed Study. Setting goals may seem like an obvious step to anyone who wants to succeed in his studies but research has shown that many students shy away from this.
Several factors come into play to undermine the student who wants to achieve greater educational goals. Therefore, it would be worthwhile for to him to know the factors that make him reluctant in goal setting at the onset followed by a procedure to set his goals and how to meet the laid down targets. Assignments are handed out in various learning institutions, some relatively easy to do and some harder. What can a student do to prioritize the work? How can a student focus on meeting specific deadlines, avoid procrastination and adhere to marvelous study habits? These are some of the important questions answered in Pilot Speed Study.
It is a given that wide reading does not mean wide retention of what has been read. These are the circumstances that necessitate the use of memory techniques to help in recalling what is learnt. This is where memory techniques are used to elevate the recall capacity. True, a student may have followed closely in class, he may take notes and even participate in the discussions, but these would mean little if he is not able to replicate his knowledge and build on it when it comes to the taking of exams.