Articles

Common Mistakes in English Learning Strategy

by Radhika Pawar creative content writer

Most students in Singapore struggle to get good grades in English. To them, this is by far one of the most difficult subjects they have to contend with in school. Whereas they have their reasons for coming into such a conclusion, this is not always the case. In fact, you can pass the English exam with flying colors without the hassle.

 

If you find English classes boring and exams difficult, there is a good chance you might be making some mistakes. To help you improve your grades and take a step closer to pursuing the career of your dreams, here are common mistakes to avoid in your English learning strategy.

 

Failing to Practice What You Learned

A lot of students struggle to remember what they studied in English class. They might learn a few words today only to end up forgetting them the next day. If this sounds like you, there is no need to panic since it is natural. After all, we are human beings and not machines. The good news is you can help yourself remember what you’ve learned.

 

To pull this off successfully, make it the norm to practice and review what you learn in class. Find time to create sentences and paragraphs to express your ideas. You can also review past papers to see the areas you need to improve on. The more you practice, the better for you!

 

Going Solo

One of the biggest mistakes you can ever make when studying English or any subject for that matter is choosing to go solo even when struggling. Although you might find the information you need, chances are you won’t attain perfection. Keep in mind there is nothing wrong with asking what you don’t know.

 

If you don’t want to interact with fellow students for fear of discrimination, you can consider asking your parent to pay for English tuition. As long as you have an experienced English tutor, you’ll get all the help you need to succeed. Be sure to get the most out of your English tutor to avoid making the same mistakes over and over again.

 

Final Thoughts

English is one of the most widely spoken languages worldwide. For this reason, passing your English exam could help you land the job of your dreams in the future. Hopefully, this post can serve as a good point in your journey to improve in the language.


Sponsor Ads


About Radhika Pawar Committed   creative content writer

57 connections, 4 recommendations, 1,328 honor points.
Joined APSense since, July 22nd, 2019, From Bhopal, India.

Created on Jan 4th 2022 03:54. Viewed 248 times.

Comments

No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.