Not everything needs a strategy
We naively trust models. See them as interchangeable, interoperable. If it has wings, it must be a bird. If it’s a bird, it must be a chicken. If it’s a chicken, we must eat it. If we eat it, it must be nutritious. And so on. If we do not understand a model or what it’s a reduction of, we fail to respect its limitations.
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Effective Time Management Traditionally, most people find the norm in education to involve lectures in physical classrooms. Tutor-student interaction is perceived as being only physical.
Stay Focused on Your Studies There is a phrase called ‘Decision Fatigue’ which may be weighing you down. I first heard about this procrastination phenomenon
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Study Early and Often Some students wait until a few days before the exam to study for the NCLEX, but you should really begin on