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    Learning arhghg!

    What are you best methods for learning something new, since moving down to Uni I've had lecture after lecture and the only one I seem to pay direct attention to is the lectures which are about programming, sadly I have to take Maths Statistics for awhile, and I find that when shes starts on about it I turn off.

    In a sense I learn better figuring something out myself instead of it being thrown at me. Thankfully I can attend lectures at my will so I dont have to be forced to swallow each lecture.

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    Hm... well, the best idea would probably be to try to at least hear the general idea of a part of that lecture. And then, go on the internet or something and research the topic that was discussed at that lecture.

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    I would listen to the entire lecture, take notes, and probably study the key parts of my notes.
    Or I'd play paper football for the entire thing.
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    When the teacher explain everything.
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    2:26 in the morning have to be up at 9AM for a maths test.

    Oh lovely revision, good job I got some power naps in this afternoon

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    It's true. I fail tests and stuff because I can't pay attention to a lesson.
    When I get my hands on it though, I generally speed by the rest of the class, in programming classes at least.

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    Stuff I learn is implanted in my memory if I write about it.

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    I'm like Ham. In grade 10 math, I got a 60% average. I never did homework, but paid attention and thought I knew everything. Then when it came to a test, I'd have a really hard time remembering it. In grade 11, I managed to pull off a 93%. The only difference in my routine was that I actually wrote down and did all the homework, rather than going "I know it so I won't do it."

    I never learn anything from a textbook, which will probably come back to haunt me next year in university. In class, I rely on hearing exactly what a teacher is saying.
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