Stop Procrastinating and Plan for the IBPS Exam 2017by Edu Drives Pendrive Course | Online Coaching
In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “You may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again.”
If you think staring blankly at the wall is somehow more appealing than completing your pending tasks, then my friend, you’re not the only one. While practice questions desire to be solved, and formulae wait long enough to enter your brain, you probably waste unreasonable amount of time scrolling through your phone, and hours later regret the incomplete plan of the day.
Before the IBPS exam 2017 arrives at your door, you have to start your preparation in full swing without wasting a single opportunity to learn more. Along with Edu-Drives’ SSC pendrive course and IBPS pendrive course that will help you sail through the exam, team Edu-Drives has come up with 3 eminent strategies to fight procrastination and awaken the hard worker within:
- Don’t let distractions hamper your journey: Have you been hit by the storm of procrastination where you’re looking for reasons to avoid the task at hand? Before it actually hit me, I really thought not completing due tasks was some kind of joke, but no. Wasting golden hours of your day because you’ve lost the motivation to study is harmful, yet regretful. Let the distractions take a nap till you decide to take a break.
- Ensure your study material is correct and intriguing: Remember, where there is no interest and appeal, procrastination and failure reside there. While designing our pendrive course for SSC and Bank preparation, we ensured that each and every area of knowledge is paid attention to, because the preparation should be more of a choice than a compulsion, and the product stands testimony to our goal. Intriguing teaching methods, challenging and knowledgeable questions, along with the advantage of a flexible study schedule, make a perfect success-magnet.
- Decide finishing targets and deadlines: The strategy is to break down your curriculum into parts and portions, and assign a percentage of them to be completed in a day or a time frame. Let the time keep ringing in your head so you know how much room there is for wastage, and how much need there is for the highest level of efficiency. Once you learn to master the art of bidding goodbye to laziness and procrastination, nothing can stop you from performing well. Good luck.
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