Habits of Academically

Many a Batsman in the past have lay waste their I-as (second master of the first year) after living like a hermit in their first semester to attain said ‘Verdi’. Take my word; anything above an 8 is awe-inspiring. Two: Browse through the book before a lecture It may take a fortnight, a month, or a mid-seem, but it will happen to you. The hallowed zero-attendance policy will seize you with its hoop, leaving you immobile. Climate, distance from your hostel and odd timings are but preliminary adversaries.Persistence and guilt may still drag you to the ALT, but your mind will refuse to board the Concorde Jet that the series of September-November lectures is.

The only trick is to read up before the lecture. As long as you can follow even 70% of what is being taught, you’ll keep attending lectures. Keep spinning the hoop. Three: Make the most of (and attend) tutorials Tests happen when you miss a tutee.

Everyone says that; its the very first of the popular BITS Tips.But tests also happen when you do actually manage to move your hinds out of bed at for the first hour tutorial. Make sure you haven braved the 8 am Plain cold and damned your cerebral cortex for nothing.

Study before tutees. A lot of shrewd wannabe shots build their CSS around them; don’t let relative grading get the best of you. Habits 4-6: Co- curricular, clubs and departments, DC++; Life in the village. Four: Keep yourself involved Despite all you’ve read so far, in all probability you’ll find yourself worrying frantically about the course the day before the exam.For all the other days (these, mind you, are not as many as you think; the exam calendar is more crowded than an PL season), if you don’t want to end up staying up nights trying to recollect slipped you reifies the day you decided to sit for BATISTA, et yourself in a club/department/(regional/discipline) cassock/academic group/ the place they call CELL. There’s a reason they rank BITS numerous nun in personality development. If you don’t, you’ll probably fall for The Vice (See Habit Five).

Five: DC++: Batsman Lice’s Wonderland – Its all illusionary First off, DO NOT GET A LAPTOP IN THE FIRST SEMESTER. It’s the ultimate pass-time. Movies, TV Shows, games, comics, the works. I love it too much to say anything against it. You should know where to draw the line. Six: Respect the Batsman ‘Junta’ understand that we’re a national college. Be it elections, club/department interactions or even tables in the mess: Regionalism has no place here.

Bill Carlson

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