HOW TO BLOW AN “A” IN GST/GSS COURSES IN FIRST ATTEMPT
General Studies (GST) just as the name implies, are compulsory courses that all student must undertake irrespective of the field of study. Different schools have the name they call it. Some schools called it General Social Sciences (GSS). But whatever name your school called it, is not important. In fact, the important thing is to pass and the most important thing is to pass with an “A”.
Haven being through the University, I have gathered both knowledge and experience about the success of examinations. As different courses are, so are the different ways of studying them. The pattern used to study Mathematics is of course not the same pattern used for GST.
Below are my laid down guides you need to blow an “A” in the GST course. No matter how many time you have written it without success, the point is, after reading and applying these guides you will forever remain happy reading this post.
GUIDES FOR GETTING AN “A” IN GST/GSS COURSES
1. BUY THE MATERIAL/ TEXTBOOK: The failure must people do is ignoring having their own copy of the GST materials and that is the beginning of the failure. Having your own copy gives you the assurance of reading it any time you want.
2. BUY A NOTEBOOK FOR JOTTING: Getting a notebook for jotting down points is one of the best ways of reading GST courses because they are verbal and sometimes voluminous.
3. PREPARE A TIME-TABLE: Prepare a timetable that will make you read the text every day even if it is for one to two hours only. Perhaps, if you have two – three GST courses a semester, make sure you have a particular day of reading them. Note, the one that looks most voluminous or hard to grasp, read it two-three times a week, depending on your schedules.
4. READ WITH UNDERSTANDING: Any time you carry the material to read, make sure you devote tangible attention to it so as to ease and increase your speed.
5. GET GST. PAST QUESTION: Getting a past question helps you understand the standard and nature of the questions you expect to see in the exam hall and among other advantages. Make sure you answer the past-question into your jotting notebook for reference purpose.
6.JOTE EVERY IMPORTANT POINT AS A QUESTION: What I mean here is to form your own question from every important point you see by following the question pattern from the past questions. Example: Q. “the town will collapse by next month”, who made this statement and in what year? ANS. Dr. Albert in 1990.
7. ALWAYS GO THROUGH YOUR JOTTED NOTE: Do well to go through your jotted note from time to time to keep your memory fresh. This will relieve you of the stress of reading the bulky materials.
Applying the above-mentioned guides guarantee you of having sure “A” in all GST/GSS courses encounter. Our ultimate aims as far as this site is concern is to give you the secret to examination success.
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