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Group Study Breaks Monotony of Work

Published: 12th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th January 2015 12:33 AM   |  A+A-

Studying has never been one of the most exciting things to do for most of us. Most studies reveal that while studying during class hours and studying the subject one loves is enjoyable, when asked to study for exams it becomes difficult and boring.

KALPANA-R.jpgStudying has never been one of the most exciting things to do for most of us. Most studies reveal that while studying during class hours and studying the subject one loves is enjoyable, when asked to study for exams it becomes difficult and boring.

With examinations being increasingly conducted with the purpose of testing memory and not knowledge, students and professionals can adopt the technique of group study which brings out the best in all. Learning is maximum when people work together; the results are outstanding. If we work/study with friends who have a common objective of clearing exams, learning becomes fun and reduces stress of exams, deadlines and pressure to perform to a great extent.

  • It facilitates sharing of ideas and more exploration.
  • We can discuss problems which are difficult to deal with while alone. In a group, different perspectives are developed and thoughts become clearer.
  • We are able to concentrate because all the members in the group have a common objective. Learning becomes maximum in a specified time period and is more disciplined.
  • Studying in groups can help you overcome procrastination because all members meet and start preparing at the same time. There will be no opportunity to postpone.
  • Group study helps in clarifying doubts because you do not have to wait for answers. One or the other member of the group will be able to provide solutions. kalpana@acl-india.in


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