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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Keep a Good Schedule- Part 2

Well now that you understand what the right kind of schedule is and its importance, it’s time to consider when to practice and goals to keep when you practice. This will better improve your schedule.

When to Study

1) When you are least distracted- This may involve studying in the mourning, late night, or when you can go to the library.

2) At a time that you can keep a steady practice date and time- this will make your study easier to keep

Goals to aim for:

1) Learn a word a day. Next learn 5 a day when you can. Then 10 and so on. You should be able to do about 20 a day when you are moderately good.

2) If you have a computer program or book set reasonable goals, such as a chapter a week.

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