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    Online Study: Tips For Studying Online

    Byadmin

    Oct 20, 2021

    Studying online today is a reality. The search for courses like fundamental English Course (ปรับ พื้นฐาน ภาษา อังกฤษ which is the term in Thai) to improve the curriculum and enter the job market makes many people of various ages go back to study. For those who need something flexible, especially with a schedule, online courses are a great attraction.

    This article comes to help you in individual online study, providing several tips for better use of time, learning, and applying the acquired knowledge.

    See below what requirements and attitudes you must have to perform well to study online.

    1. Internet Connection

    Well, I don’t think I need to talk too much about this tip, having a bad connection will hinder your studies, so check beforehand the requirements to start the course, such as computer, internet connection, etc.

    1. Study Place

    Choose a quiet, airy place to start your studies. Where there can be no distractions. Preferably places with little excitement.

    1. Time

    Here it varies from person to person, as the best time is when you are most productive, so check which time will yield you more. Test it out.

    1. Material

    Try to separate the material in advance, pencil, pen, notepaper, handouts. In some courses, you may have to use a headset with a microphone, check everything beforehand, so you don’t have to interrupt your study schedule with unplanned stops.

    1. Distractions On The Internet

    Keep in mind that the Internet is neither good nor bad in itself; it’s up to you to determine that. When it comes to studying, many sins are for being constantly distracted. You have to be connected (obviously!), but pay close attention to social media to study online. Many are those who, for example, study with open Facebook, and honestly, it’s not possible! Be very careful with that moment when you think you can take a “stop” and see the latest posts from the face.

    You’ve heard of “addictive scrolling,” as it is, many enter the news feed on the face, and minutes and more minutes are moving the scroll bar to see updates.

    Focus on your goal!

    Social media is just an example of distraction; find out how to focus more on your studies. Analyze those enemies that cause you distraction and avoid optimizing your study time as much as possible.

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