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I’m going to say something crazy.

 

This goes against everything I would have believed 5 or 6 years ago.

 

I thought I had it all figured out as I was controlling every variable in my personal study experiments. That was, of course, until the days I didn’t.

 

(It all went great until the day it didn’t. This is the way I learned many important lessons.)

 

If you want to run a good personal study experiment then I suggest you learn this lesson it took me years to figure out:

Life is an experiment. Treat it as such and you can learn to produce the results you want. Treat experimentation like a cyclical way of getting better and your results show it.

 

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Study better immediately and not 6 months from now when the stars are all aligning

T had her head down staring at her grade. She’d kind of curled up the edges of the paper a little to casually hide the teacher’s red pen from the people in the chairs next to her. It was another disappointing grade and she just ran out of ideas.

So that afternoon, after class, she went up to the teacher and asked for some advice.

She got an answer – work hard. Study more. She politely responded but felt a little disappointed because she was sure that was what she was already doing.

But… she tried harder.

And a month later, she was staring back down at the same disappointing grade on her paper…

She thought she’d talk to the teacher and clarify how hard she was working. Then ask for advice.

The teacher responded that ‘you shouldn’t expect results so fast. It takes time.’

Look…

I agree with that teacher in some sense.

But in another sense, I want to throw him off a bridge. (Not a mortal fall. Just a scary, think-twice before saying that stupid thing again fall.)

Good studying shows instant results. NOW! Not 6 months from now. – for most classes… math has some complications but more than a month is too long to wait.

Maybe not in your final grade. But on the single assignment and test grades – results should be showing up.

If not, change something. (Even if it’s something small.)

To take it farther –

For some students, the second they stop studying using a Smart Student Secrets/Active Recall strategy, they can instantly feel the difference in knowledge. Instead of ending their study session worried, they end the session with confidence.

Results aren’t something that you should wait 6 months for.

You shouldn’t have to wait until everything goes perfect.

Be impatient.

Get results.

Are you ready for results?

That’s what I teach.

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