There is no magic formula to academic excellence that will give forthwith results that schools are running after. As the old adage “Practice makes perfect”, it is important for students to practice and understand the basic fundamentals rather than cramming/mugging the subject.
Malcolm Gladwel, in his book, Outliers, suggests that it takes 10,000 hours of revision to become expert at something and remember the material long-term.
Distributed practice is more effective than revising one subject in a block and then moving on to the next. It has been proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that meaningful learning is promoted when distributed revision and methodological study is conducted. In contrast, massed revision or cramming promotes rote learning.
To provide parameters and methodology for acquiring command over subject, Learn By Fun Books (LBF Books) can boast of being the only methodology that has scientific repetition and revision techniques imbibed in their books. LBF has become the guiding light for over 10,000 schools across India. It is the latest technique of brilliancy development. This is the latest education technique in which things which are meant to be taught in the childhood are taught to the children to gain proficiency and command on both English as well as Hindi language and along with that, it makes them perfect in translation in both the languages.
Along with making master-mind in Mathematics and through specially designed books of Environmental Studies, General Knowledge, Toddler Training and Drawing, this technique makes the base of children very strong in a very simple and easy manner.
Said goals are achieved by consistent repetition and revision and yet making study joyful.
Practice as if you are the worst; perform as if you are the best.