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Going into a study session without an objective will only defeat
the purpose of helping yourself improve in class.

 

When you’re studying with fellow classmates, you will all be better off agreeing on a particular objective before starting your study session. The same rule follows when you are working with a tutor.

Students go to study sessions or sign up for academic tutorials for different reasons. Some of your classmates might attend study sessions to get help in test reviews, particularly for highly competitive college admission tests. Others either want to get someone else’s perspective on complex lessons or need help in understanding complicated concepts.

Whatever your reasons are, you need to decide what in particular you want to cover for each session, advise the tutors of AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center. Always let your tutor or study buddies know what you wish to accomplish for the next session. You may or may not be able to cover everything you need, especially if you’re in a group, but at least you can ask your group to include your concern in your next session’s agenda.

Going into a study session without an objective will only defeat the purpose of helping yourself improve in class. With a common objective to start a session, you can expect less confusion and even much less stress for you and your study mates.

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