Tip of the Day #3


Time for Tip of the Day #3! ๐Ÿ™‚

Tip of the Day #3

Tip of the Day #3

Technically, Tip of the Day means I have to give you a tip every day… But, obviously, if that were the case, I’d run out of tips in less than a month. So, I hope these random “Tip of the Day”s are good enough for you! ๐Ÿ™‚

Tip of the Day:ย Whenever you’re reading a chapter in class or at home, if you think that a point is important and may be asked in the exam, make it a point to mark it.

For example, if you think something might be asked as “Name the following”, writeย NFย and put a star mark next to it. So, the next time when you prepare for an exam, it will be easier for you to revise.

“Name the following” ย :ย NFย [For example, Name the Moderate who formulated the Drain Theory OR Name the three ear ossicles]

“Give reason why” :ย GR

“Contrast” (in Geography) : C ย [For example, Mumbai receives more rainfall than Pune.]

“Function” :ย F

“Also known as” :ย aka [For example, Fovea centralis aka yellow spot aka macula lutea]

and etc. etc. You get the point. ๐Ÿ™‚

I used to mark all Give reasons and Name the followings the most. They help a lot when you’re trying to remember the names of leaders, social reformers, scientists, or even the names of certain body parts, etc. I’m sure if you keep a habit of putting anย asteriskย or aย star mark next to these important points, you will find it easier to remember them!

 

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