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    I am studying at Intermediate 1st year in science group.I am having a very very very hard time with my studies.All the subjects are very very hard than S.S.C studies.If I don't get G.P.A-5 in H.S.C I will have to suffer a lot in every aspect.Please everyone help me with whatever you know.What should I do?How should I study?

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    hehehe dont mind......
    amio hsc student...
    poralehka kare koi jani na...
    fifa niya asi......ki j hobe amr.......
    btw,porlekha korte chaile seriously koren 1st er theke......ai r ki.jar kasei porben seriously......aito...amar moto na korlei HSC te 5 paiben.......
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    hsc first e joto tough lage (boro boi + ato gula shutro dekhe) pore aste aste ar oto tough lagbe na ... ami bashay khali ekta bhaia er kase porsilam throughout the 2 years .. ar kothao pori nai .. first er dike chapter gula bujha ta important and onko gula thik moto kora important... amar sir amake physics er chapter gular shob onko korte dito .. and maths eo almost shob onko homework dito .. and pore bujhsi je eita amake koto ta help korse .. oneke beche beche onko kore and jeigula board e ashte pare khali oigulai kore.. but hard onko gula korle conception clearer hoy and jeigula in fact board e ashte pare oigula onek easy lage .. and yeah aste aste ar oto kothin lagbe na .. first e ektu kemon lage but pore thik hoye jabe physics e subjective question gula ekbar thik moto bujhe gele mukhosto kora lage na .. steps gula mone rakhlei hoy ..

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    amio inter 2nd yr e pori in notredame clg...
    eto koste kisu nai r eto porao lage na..just bujhe bujhe poro.mukhostho kore kono lav nai..amio basay ekjon vaia er kase pori....
    & btw thnx zesus vai fr gr8 sugstion

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    Vai ekta kotha "First year damn care" ei niti tyaag korlei shafollo shunischit
    Bleh.

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    HSC er boi er theke boro boi amra university te 3 month e shesh kori

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    HSC er boi er theke boro boi amra university te 3 month e shesh kori
    But HSC te 11ta boi. jegula ektao chikon na

    [Progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something.]

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    I've suffered from the same problems you're mentioning. From my experience, I can tell you -

    English: Try to broaden your vocabularies as much as you can. This will help you throughout your entire career. You can do one thing, read the English For Today completely underlining the unknown words, then find the meanings and write them beside the very words. Then revise at least a Unit per day. Try free-hand writing for Written English, you can try writing different paragraphs everyday or try writing a diary everyday. About grammar, consult a teacher after marking your problems by your own. Then practice a lot, try memorizing Prepositions/Idioms & Phrases. Talk to the teachers to know the rules of Letter/Report Writing etc.

    Bangla: Try memorizing the poems. They'll help you quoting the lines (which brings good marks). Memorizing the poems isn't a tough job, read them on and on. Read the notes but don't memorize them just try free-hand writings, the Guides are written by the human and you're a human too, so you can make it better. Only a regular reading/writing is needed. Bangla grammar can be taken care of with the same technic of English grammar.

    Maths: As ZEUS said, try harder ones, they definitely clear your conception. And keep a time everyday to do the Maths, I mean EVERYDAY. Avoid watching the Notes continuously while doing. And keep your head cool. The equations have to be memorized by heart. In case if you're weak in Maths, don't take risks by taking shortcuts.

    Physics: For Physics, once your conception for the subjective questions are clear, then you won't have to do any struggling with it anymore. Do NOT try to memorize anything for God's sake! Read it, consult with someone if needed, get the conception clearly, then write it once/twice or as many times as you need. After sometime, write again. You gotta try writing them with a limit of time, because in the exam hall you won't get time to think and then write. Do the Maths, everyday.

    Chemistry: This is a complicated subject lol. For me, no matter how much I'd studied, I used to forget all the lessons sooner. This was because of the lacking of my regularity. This is another subject that memorizing won't help you with. Study this subject throughout the week and take a retrospect in the weekend. There are a few Maths in Chemistry, better if you practice them regularly. For the 2nd part, there are thousands of questions that come and you have to get prepared from now on.

    ...That's all! Remember one thing, BE REGULAR. The thought "I'll do the job within the last 6 months" will kill anyone who thinks of it. Make a routine if you can, it helps a lot.
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    Well I'm not a HSC students, but I can surely give you some study tips. These worked for me, brought my U (fail) and C Grades (Fail) to 6 A's and 1 B, and a Daily Star Award.

    First thing you need to do is FULLY concentrate when you study. You don't need to study for 6 hours long, 1-2 hour is enough. Don't let anything distract you. Ami onekke bolte shunsi je majhe majhe music shunba, thats total bullshit. Its hard enough to concentrate, music will only make it harder.

    To improve your English, type using full words in MSN, and try and converse in english every now and then. Think fast, speak slowly. Eventually you'll get a better grip over your grammar, and you'll know which one 'sounds' right.

    Maths and physics require the same method. Practice, thats all.

    Fight off your laziness. When going for revision you'll think 'aita age shesh kore nei..', fight that temptation, and just revise as much as you can, no matter how little.

    Know you're limits. If you think you studied enough to get a B, then don't beat yourself up when you get one. Keep realistic goals, that way you'll be less disappointed when you don't achieve them. My teacher/mentor used to say 'Aim for the stars, even if you fall, you'll fall amongst the skies'. Do this when you are confident enough.

    Be competitive. Yes compete with your friends, but don't fight them. Friendly competition will take you a LONG way. Trust me on this one.
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    This is all I can think off at the moment, maybe I can help you with more specific details later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberKiller View Post
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    ahhhhh koto shanti,,,,,ay jug ses koira aschi....
    watashi da kara dekiru

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    Hey I didn't get any award for achieving G.P.A-5 in S.S.C.Can I still get one from anywhere?

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    Well music is a personal preference. I can't concentrate without music.I don't study much. But I pay attention to the classes and I don't get satisfied until I understand the matter clearly. I then revise before exam. Why study more if i can get good results with less ? And personally I don't have too high of a target. My actual target while studying anything is to understand it thoroughly.I understand its background from different sources if necessary (the internetz ofcourse ! ) Music helps me to progress in a rhythm and cloud out any other thoughts that could come to my mind except the subject in hand. I don't memorize anything. Memorization actually destroys your creativity. I try to find patterns in everything. And most things have that.

    I don't think being competitive is good for learning as a whole. I saw people take very clever shortcuts and ways so that they can beat everyone. But in the process they leave out many important things or they memorize everything(e.g. following suggestions).We also know what happens with notes sharing (or not-sharing ) in the ssc and hsc scene. I think a good student's focus should be about learning the subject fully, not just becoming the best among his friends. To be honest, if you learn everything sincerely, good results will be awarded automatically. One of the reasons for introducing the GPA system was to avoid this silly competitions.

    In the future everyone will have very good results . But your insights in those subjects will make you exceptional. Learn in a way so that you can even teach them to someone else.

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    I just passed HSC. great to pass this course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    Why study more if i can get good results with less ?
    most destructive comment of the thread. do not follow this.

    first of all, result is not the purpose of study. it never was, never will.

    second of all, if u study in a decent institution, u will never get result with little study. how du i know? i m in a decent institution. i have frnds in mcgill, albama, maryland. i have a student studying in harvard. my ex roommate is in UIUC. i have a frnd going to ETH. my best frnd is in tokyo uni. my senior bros from uni are in barkley, i know one closely from MIT.

    all of them say that they have to work like a dog to get minimum results. and surely they are jewels of this country.

    and another thing is that, there isnt a single topic in the world that u can totally understand in a semester or year. so if someone says i understand most of the thing i read, that will be a big lie. imagination(consequence of great concept here) is a matter of no bound. no matter how much u learn there is one more thing to study about the topic.

    i once met some guys while i was taking a class in a coaching center for university admission. they were like too proud to take me as a teacher. they thought they knew everything they need to know.

    then, i asked them how many of u understand special theory of relativity(the one that is tought in HSC) totally. all of them were confident, but one instantly raised his hand. i laughed and said... u r the 4th person in the world after Einstein, Bose and Russel.

    ---------- Post added at 17:54 ---------- Previous post was at 17:51 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    To be honest, if you learn everything sincerely, good results will be awarded automatically. .
    not true. sacrifice of some extent is needed. only one of these 2 can be achieved at a time with perfection.

    ---------- Post added at 17:57 ---------- Previous post was at 17:54 ----------

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    To improve your English, type using full words in MSN, and try and converse in english every now and then. Think fast, speak slowly. Eventually you'll get a better grip over your grammar, and you'll know which one 'sounds' right.


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    very smart piece of advice
    Some qoutes that have helped me passing the 'moments' of my life:

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    5. Theists and atheists think alike while they face the real BAD of life
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    vai amiii aar ki advise dimu...amR to nijer E lagbe.Uporer advice gula mene cholley dekhi ki hoy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoH[AMON]~Lord SMS View Post
    most destructive comment of the thread. do not follow this.

    first of all, result is not the purpose of study. it never was, never will.

    second of all, if u study in a decent institution, u will never get result with little study. how du i know? i m in a decent institution. i have frnds in mcgill, albama, maryland. i have a student studying in harvard. my ex roommate is in UIUC. i have a frnd going to ETH. my best frnd is in tokyo uni. my senior bros from uni are in barkley, i know one closely from MIT.

    all of them say that they have to work like a dog to get minimum results. and surely they are jewels of this country.

    and another thing is that, there isnt a single topic in the world that u can totally understand in a semester or year. so if someone says i understand most of the thing i read, that will be a big lie. imagination(consequence of great concept here) is a matter of no bound. no matter how much u learn there is one more thing to study about the topic.

    i once met some guys while i was taking a class in a coaching center for university admission. they were like too proud to take me as a teacher. they thought they knew everything they need to know.

    then, i asked them how many of u understand special theory of relativity(the one that is tought in HSC) totally. all of them were confident, but one instantly raised his hand. i laughed and said... u r the 4th person in the world after Einstein, Bose and Russel.

    ---------- Post added at 17:54 ---------- Previous post was at 17:51 ----------



    not true. sacrifice of some extent is needed. only one of these 2 can be achieved at a time with perfection.

    ---------- Post added at 17:57 ---------- Previous post was at 17:54 ----------



    very smart piece of advice
    By studying less I meant studying with accuracy but not skipping study. You took it the wrong way.

    To each his own I guess. I followed my way and always got good enough results. Consequently I was never good at Bangla, because I can't and hate memorizing.

    I don't quite understand the point you are trying to make by giving the example about understanding. What is your solution if someone doesn't understand a matter in physics ?

    And I'd rather sacrifice my results then to sacrifice opportunity to learn more . But that's just me. Thats something my parents taught me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    To each his own I guess. I followed my way and always got good enough results. Consequently I was never good at Bangla, because I can't and hate memorizing.
    Bengali has got to be one of the hardest subs there is. In my O's they asked me to write a letter to a friend about a recent journey you made. I wrote about thinking about eating 'kuku'r er mangsho', now you can guess the country.

    I still don't know how I got my A in Bengali.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Bengali has got to be one of the hardest subs there is. In my O's they asked me to write a letter to a friend about a recent journey you made. I wrote about thinking about eating 'kuku'r er mangsho', now you can guess the country.

    I still don't know how I got my A in Bengali.
    The thing is during our time we had to memorize questions to achieve good marks. I never did that. I don't regret it though.

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