Originally Posted by alisonsakato
Your advice is indeed useful and I don't find it offended at all [/size][size=2]
. I'll drop Accountings and Sociology. Other than that, do you mind share with us your study experience
? I always find it hard to overcome tiredness and boredom while studying. I'm also overly anxious whenever I can't grab useful facts fast enough. Last but not least, I have severe inferiority complex that I don't believe that I'll ever succeed in life. This is sad
Hi there alisonsakato,
Well, just reading the last few posts you made, I can already see a definite change of attitude. =) You're taking things on a positive and constructive note, which I am glad to see.
I wish I could give you a magic formula as to how one can effectively get motivated to study. The truth is, it's different for everyone. What works for my friends doesn't always work for me. =(
What I usually do is to force myself to be interested about something and try to incorporate it in my daily life. I'm doing a law degree at the moment. I could go over some Land Law stuff and the next time I try to rent a room I ponder about the intricate rules and issues about a tenancy, and the further complications that arise when I'm sharing a tenancy with a friend.
Or I start thinking about Contract Law rules when I shop for groceries in a supermarket, which creates a contract when I make a purchase. I make an offer when I bring the item to the cashier and when the cashier accepts my payment the offer is accepted and the contract is made. It starts to get fun once you start seeing the things you learn in everyday life.
If you have to learn and memorize the stuff anyway, might as well have fun doing it, right? =P
Also, if you're wondering what keeps me awake at 4AM typing out my essay, there are two possible factors that keep me going on even when my body is persistently badgering me to stop: the urgency of a deadline [the "fear" factor] and sheer passion.