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If your study space includes a TV and radio, it is probably not the best place for you to study. Your study space should be used for studying and working only. Make a habit of learning new words regularly, the more words you have in your vocabulary, the better and more confident you will be when you speak or write. In exam conditions, answer the easy questions first, then go back and do the more difficult questions. Doing this will boost your confidence, and save time. Take notes as you read. Be an ACTIVE reader and note-taker. Ask questions, summarize as you go, and review when you have finished. When writing exams, skim the entire exam before answering any question, then plan your time according to difficulty and value of each item. Before trying to memorize, assess your level of concentration. If you are not likely to retain much information, determine what you need to refocus. Determine your best study environment and time of the day. Then plan study time each week that is consistent with your style of reading. To be a person known for academic excellence you must manage your time well. Be more aware of the activities you engage in, be more strategic! In addition to taking detailed notes in class, always recopy your notes. It is one of the most important strategies to fully comprehend information. Jotting down summary of your own after reading, will improve your chances of remembering key ideas, and leave you with great study notes for exams. See learning as a positive opportunity that not everyone is privileged to take part in. You are in an advantageous position, make the best of it. Concentrate on accuracy and not on speed when you are learning; make yourself notice and correct your learning errors. Slow down and take in the material. Identify and spend extra time on those subjects that are most difficult for you. The more difficult they are, the more time they will require. When studying for a test, condense the material and write out questions and answers to test yourself with. Answering questions increase retention. Don'N panic if you feel a bit nervy before a test or exam, that feeling can actually help you perform to the best of your ability if handled properly. When studying for long hours take a 5 or 10 minutes break every hour, and go for a walk or take some light refreshments. It will increase your productivity. Record yourself reading your notes and occasionally listen to the recordings. It's a less stressful way to revise and it helps you retain information better. Have you heard of the word Idiosyncrasy? It means a person's particular way of acting, thinking, talking etc. especially when it is an unusual feature. Writing is the cornerstone of academic and career success. You must strive to improve both your writing skills and the scope of your vocabulary. Take time to examine your academic strengths and weaknesses, and find ways to capitalize on your strengths while minimizing your weaknesses. Ask questions in class when you are confused or struggling to understand - chances are, others would like clarification as well. Be inquisitive. Make a habit of learning new words. Read your dictionary, read good books and your confidence will be stronger whenever you have to speak or do a write up. Gathering the right text books can be the difference between success and failure. Ensure you have the right materials for each subject. Are you a student with the habit of procrastinating? Time discipline is an important factor to success. Study your notes and do assignments at the right time. Put your heart, mind and soul into learning. This is one of the secrets to educational success. Know your strengths. Education is the best friend. An educated person is respected everywhere. Education beats the beauty and the youths. Do the maths. Even if you're struggling in maths, try harder. Knowing maths gives you options. It opens doors to good jobs in computers, engineering and business. Always be an active participant in the educational process. Ask questions, express your ideas, and seek out opportunities to learn and you would make good success. The best way to streamline your study habits is to learn time management. Set realistic goals for study time to avoid last minute cramming. Seeing information and writing it down is important, however, putting new knowledge and skills into practise can be one of the best ways to improve learning. The goal of studying is to retain information. In addition to setting aside dedicated study time, review your notes every day so as to retain what your learn. Understanding what you do well is an important part of learning. This will help you gain confidence and improve on your work, in and out of the classroom. Remember that nothing worthwhile is ever achieved on a platter of gold. There will always be distractions. Always remain determined to succeed. Time management is an important key to success. Do not spend too much time on a challenging question. Attempt others, then tackle the challenging question later. The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of education. Do you find it difficult recalling what you have learnt during exam? One sure way to overcome this, is to keep practising and rehearsing what you have learnt. Always be prepared. If you're completely prepared for a test to the point of being familiar with any question that could be asked, anxiety will decrease. Do you find it difficult studying? Try having a regular study routine to make studying a habit. Study in small 'chunks' and take regular breaks. Try not to cram. Attending lectures helps you stay abreast of the areas of concentration for each course of study, and that gives you an edge during tests and exams. Develop the art of taking notes. Good note-taking strategies can help you make the most of the time spent reading from textbooks and attending classes. Create a 24-hour learning environment by putting up review charts and key points where you can see them daily, on mirrors, doors, fridges and tables. One hour of concentrated study is worth several hours of distracted study. Learn how to work with concentration, it enables you do more in less time. Find out if you are a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner. Adapting your learning method to suit your own natural style will enable you excel greatly. Identify and spend time on those subjects that are most difficult for you. The more difficult they are, the more attention you will need to give to them. Time management skills can help you take control of your study workload, achieve more, and stress out less. Get yourself an academic diary or study planner.

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Meks Nnaemeka, you are welcome
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Meks Please celebrate with me... I finally got the pagination coding right on the 1st of December, 2018. Hurray!@#$%^
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Nnaemeka Hey.. I am presenting to Tosin and Bunmi
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Nnaemeka I am feeling good with myself today. I have not been happier with the entire process of building this MartSpur application. I like the way everything is coming together. It is fascinatingly turning out well. This is very good I must say. Cheers...
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Nnaemeka Nnaemeka, with last Energy Point of 16850, completed WASSCE 2014 Mathematics with a total score of .
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Nnaemeka The departure of Instagram co-founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger adds to the woes of the parent firm, Facebook, as it tries to repair its image hurt by privacy scandals and curb manipulation and misinformation.

Instagram, created as a photo-sharing app and purchased by Facebook for $1 billion, has been one of the fastest-growing segments of the California tech giant’s “family” of applications and services, and is especially popular with the younger consumers.
With more than a billion users as of June, Instagram has also been a growing source of revenue, likely to bring in more than $10 billion from advertising by 2019, according to the research firm eMarketer.
Systrom and Krieger gave no reason for their departure, but multiple reports suggested they were growing frictions between the founders and Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg.

The news site TechCrunch said Systrom and Krieger believed Facebook was not living up to its pledge of allowing autonomy at Instagram when the app was acquired in 2012.

“We’re planning on taking some time off to explore our curiosity and creativity again,” Systrom said in a statement late Monday.

He later tweeted, “The @instagram journey is one I won’t forget. It started by building simple products that solved universal problems. Now eight years we look back and are proud and grateful to have been part of that journey.”

Zuckerberg said in his own statement: “Kevin and Mike are extraordinary product leaders and Instagram reflects their combined creative talents. I’ve learned a lot working with them for the past six years and have really enjoyed it.”

Analysts noted that Instagram has been increasingly operated as a unit of Facebook as the social network grows, with Instagram becoming more appealing to teens and young adults.
“Instagram is the new Facebook, much more than it’s the original Instagram,” said a tweet from Benedict Evans, a venture investor with Andreessen Horowitz who blogs on the tech sector.

Systrom, now 34, created the app in 2010 with Krieger, now the outgoing “chief technical officer,” when they were students at Stanford University in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Systrom’s fortune is valued at $1.4 billion by Forbes.
Instagram in June unveiled a new long-form video feature in a bid to attract “creators” like those on YouTube, the latest in a series of features aimed at boosting engagement and competing with rivals such as Snapchat.

It became the fourth Facebook platform to eclipse the billion-user mark, including the namesake social network with more than two billion users, and the messaging applications WhatsApp and Messenger.

Facebook acquired Instagram in April 2012 for a combination of cash and stock worth some $1 billion at the time.

Instagram has been a key part of the Facebook empire as younger users shun the original social network and move into different applications.
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Nnaemeka In the time of King Nebuchadnezzar, whenever he invaded any land, defeat was certain. This would lead to his capturing the best soldiers, craftsmen and artisans from the conquered territories, leaving the poorest people in those lands… Daniel 1:1-6;
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Nnaemeka When you have a polity where crime and punishment are mediated by which political camp a politician belongs to, you should not blame people for casting their votes for those who do not pearl clutch nor pretend that there is anything good.
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Nnaemeka I am presenting Dreeze Academy to an amazing audience
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Nnaemeka ANd now, I am presenting to Dorcas
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