Essay on Miss
There are several opinion says that university students should not be given courses on study skills in their study programme, as they are expected to have acquired these competencies from their earlier education.
From my point of view, I agreed with the above topic. The reason I agreed it is because we should not waste our valuable time in university to been taught on study skills. As one of the out campus student, time is very valuable to us. We have to secrete our time between study, work and family. Basically all the study skills such as time management, note taking, SQ3R and so on should be taught in our early education. (primary or secondary).
What are the study skills?
The term study skills is often used …show more content…
Recall – can I recall the key points without re-reading the text? Recall helps you to concentrate, and to make your reading active rather than passive. Orally ask yourself questions about what you have just read and summarize in your own words.
Review – look back at the text to check your recall. Have you missed anything of Importance?
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