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There are a number of ways by which you can inject some fun into the learning process.

When you’re alone in your room burning the midnight oil, studying may seem like a boring, solitary chore. But study you must, most especially if you want to attain good grades or gain admission into the college of your choice.

But you need not wither away in boredom while making sense of Algebra or Trigonometry. There are a number of ways by which you can inject some fun into the learning process.

If you are into music, for example, you can try making up a song about the names of the different species in the plant kingdom to the tune of  Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe—or any other song that you’re into these days. This makes a potentially mind-numbing subject into a danceable, upbeat one.

If you have a talent for drawing, make your own interpretation of complex concepts. Illustrate math problems before solving them. This exercise will help you visualize the problem concretely. Having spelling difficulties? Make cool, colorful posters of difficult words and tack them onto your cork board. If History is your Waterloo, craft graphic flash cards, drawing a historic event on one side, and placing its date and relevant details on the other.

Still having a hard time studying? Well then, it might be time to get some academic tutorials from the tutors of AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center. Apart from being highly trained in their subjects of expertise, AHEAD tutors also know how to make every teaching session a lively and productive one.

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