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Edo Journal of Counselling

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Effective Study Habits in Educational Sector: Counselling Implications.

RO Ogbodo

Abstract


The problem most students have that contributes to their poor performance in tests and examination is lack of proper study habit. For an excellent performance, there is need for the student to form good study habit. A student, who wants to study well, needs to choose a suitable place for his studies. Where to study is as important as what to study and how to go about studying. Productive study habits require learners to prepare personal time-table for themselves allocating a certain length of time for a particular subject, depending on how difficult each subject is. Different methods of studying are well explained here.

Key Words: Counselling, Study habits, Reading habits, Education



http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejc.v3i2.63610
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