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            牛津大学的学霸怎样学习?这篇干货我给5星

            admin 2019-08-22 344人围观 ,发现0个评论

            学霸和那些成果平平的人到底有什么不同?

            有的人说这是天然生成的,也有的人说仅仅花的时刻不一样,总归,10个人或许会给你10个不同的答案。

            不过,假如要弄清楚这件事里真实的门路,或许仍是需求问问工作的当事人——“学霸们”

            幸亏,现已有人帮咱们在 Quora上问了这个问题:

            What are the study habits

            of top students at Oxford University

            牛津大学学霸有什么学习习气?

            并且现已有牛津大学的学霸来答复了,

            他的第1条、第2条听起来有点陈词滥调,不过“大道至简”,有时候咱们疏忽的恰巧便是这种东西;

            而他的第3条、第4条则真的是非常好的学习技能,引荐咱们侧重看一看;

            那么,咱们一同来看一下吧:

            取得44.7k好评的答复@Benjamin McEvoy:

            #1

            Go to your lectures.

            去听讲座

            For the first 2 years of Oxford, I went to maybe 4 lectures out of hundreds available. I was arrogant, foolish, lazy, and severely disadvantaging myself.

            在牛津的前两年,有数百场讲座,而我大约只去了4场。我很自傲、愚笨、懒散,严重地害了自己。

            In my third year, I went to almost every single lecture available. Including those involving topics I was not personally involved or interested in.

            大三时简直每场讲座我都去,包含我触及不到的或不感爱好的论题。

            My mind changed when I actually went to lectures.

            去听讲座今后,我的主意变了。

            Firstly, lectures are FUN! Sure, some of them suck. But I found so many gems that influenced my thinking. I found so many passionate, knowledgeable speakers who got me excited about the topic.

            首要,讲座真的很风趣!当然有些讲座很差劲,但我发现了许多影响我思维的、有价值的讲座,我发现了许多有热情、有学问的演讲者,他们使我对那个论题产生了爱好。

            Second, I remembered more stuff! An hour in the lecture hall has massive returns on investment.

            其次,我记住了更多东西!你投入到讲座的一个小时会有丰盛报答。

            For the first 2 years of Oxford, I went to maybe 4 lectures out of hundreds available. I was arrogant, foolish, lazy, and severely disadvantaging myself.

            在牛津的前两年,有数百场讲座,而我大约只去了4场。我很自傲、愚笨、懒散,严重地害了自己。

            In my third year, I went to almost every single lecture available. Including those involving topics I was not personally involved or interested in.

            大三时简直每场讲座我都去,包含我触及不到的或不感爱好的论题。

            My mind changed when I actually went to lectures.

            去听讲座今后,我的主意变了。

            Firstly, lectures are FUN! Sure, som牛津大学的学霸怎样学习?这篇干货我给5星e of them suck. But I found so many gems that 牛津大学的学霸怎样学习?这篇干货我给5星influenced my thinking. I found so many passionate, knowledgeable speakers who got me excited about the topic.

            首要,讲座真的很风趣!当然有些讲座很差劲,但我发现了许多影响我思维的、有价值的讲座,我发现了许多有热情、有学问的演讲者,他们使我对那个论题产生了爱好。

            Second, I remembered more stuff! An hour in the lecture hall has massive returns on investment.

            其次,我记住了更多东西!你投入到讲座的一个小时会有丰盛报答。

            #2

            Be an active student.

            做一个活跃的学生

            For my first year at Oxford, I barely said anything in tutorials. I didn’t volunteer in discussions and, as a result, I didn’t understand much.

            我在牛津的第一年,在导师的个别指导课上很少说话。我不会自动参加任何评论,所以了解得也欠好。

            My understandings of different texts never matured or became complex. They stayed the same. And they were often wrong.

            我对不同文本的了解一直都不成熟,也不深入,了解才能一如早年,也经常是错的。

            Then, somewhere in the middle of my second year, I got over myself and offered more of my own opinions. I responded to others, asked thoughtful questions, and interacted way more.

            后来大二期中的一段时刻我开端逾越自己,更多地提出自己的主意,呼应其别人,问有深度的问题,和别人的互动也多了。

            Being an active student also means asking for help. The smartest people in the world learned everything from other smart people.

            做一个活跃的学生也意味着向别人求助,世界上最聪明的人的才智都是从其他聪明人那儿学来的。

            For my first year at Oxford, I barely said anything in tutorials. I didn’t volunteer in discussions and, as a result, I didn’t understand much.

            我在牛津的第一年,在导师的个别指导课上很少说话。我不会自动参加任何评论,所以了解得也欠好。

            My understandings of different texts never matured or became complex. They stayed the same. And they were often wrong.

            我对不同文本的了解一直都不成熟,也不深入,了解才能一如早年,也经常是错的。

            Then, somewhere in the middle of my second year, I got over myself and offered more of my own opinions. I responded to others, asked thoughtful questions, and interacted way more.

            后来大二期中的一段时刻我开端逾越自己,更多地提出自己的主意,呼应其别人,问有深度的问题,和别人的互动也多了。

            Being an active student also means asking for help. The smartest people in the world learned everything from other smart people.

            做一个活跃的学生也意味着向别人求助,世界上最聪明的人的才智都是从其他聪明人那儿学来的。

            #3

            Establish a perfect study environment.

            树立完美的学习环境

            This is a very personal place and it needs to be somewhere you instantly click into study mode.

            这个当地因人而异,你需求找一个能让你马上进入学习状况的当地。

            It might be your dorm room. It might be your library. It might be your local coffee shop.

            或许是你的宿舍;或许是图书馆;或许是当地的咖啡店。

            My perfect study environment was actually the Oxford English Faculty building.

            最合适我的学习地址其实是牛津英语学院教学楼。

            This is where all my lectures were. It was totally silent.

            我的课都在那儿上,那里很安静。

            This is a very personal place and it needs to be somewhere you instantly click into study mode.

            这个当地因人而异,你需求找一个能让你马上进入学习状况的当地。

            It might be your dorm room. It might be your library. It might be your local coffee shop.

            或许是你的宿舍;或许是图书馆;或许是当地的咖啡店。

            My perfect study environment was actually the Oxford English Faculty building.

            最合适我的学习地址其实是牛津英语学院教学楼。

            This is where all my lectures were. It was totally silent.

            我的课都在那儿上,那里很安静。

            是的,你的爸爸妈妈或许教师或许告知过你“真实能学习的人在哪都能学习”,但这其实是错的,“对环境的操控”是“优质学习”中很重要的一环。

            你在学习过程中屏蔽掉的搅扰越牛津大学的学霸怎样学习?这篇干货我给5星多,你的学习质量就越高;你的学习环境对自己来说越舒适、越便利,你的学习效果就越好。

            所以,不要迁就,先找找自己真实合适的环境吧。

            #4

            Study in small chunks.

            把学习内容分红小块

            It doesn’t matter how much new information you stuff into your head if you forget it the next day or cannot apply it.

            假如所学的内容到第二天就忘了,或许不会使用的话,你往脑袋里塞多少新常识都没用。

            When you structure your studying, the most important task is always to ensure you are remembering the information you have already learned.

            组织学习使命时最重要的是:永久要保证自己记住了所学内容。

            That always comes first.

            这才是你首要要考虑的。

            In order to improve your retention and absorb more information, you need to break your studying up into manageable blocks (not studying new information for hours on end) and reviewing what you’ve previously learned in each new block.

            为了改进记忆力、记住更多常识,你需求把所学内容分红易把握的模块(不要接连几小时学习新常识)。别的,在学习新模块时温习一下之前所学的内容。

            It doesn’t matter how much new information you stuff into your head if you forget it the next day or cannot apply it.

            假如所学的内容到第二天就忘了,或许不会使用的话,你往脑袋里塞多少新常识都没用。

            When you structure your studying, the most important task is always to ensure you are remembering the information you have already learned.

            组织学习使命时最重要的是:永久要保证自己记住了所学内容。

            That always comes first.

            这才是你首要要考虑的。

            In order to improve your retention and absorb more information, you need to break your studying up into manageable blocks (not studying new information for hours on end) and reviewing what you’ve previously learned in each new block.

            为了改进记忆力、记住更多常识,你需求把所学内容分红易把握的模块(不要接连几小时学习新常识)。别的,在学习新模块时温习一下之前所学的内容。

            由此,咱们不难发现,“活跃”、“自动”这两个条件尽管重要,但他们并不是成就学霸的要害。

            真实的黑科技,是他们对“环境”和“自己”的规划才能,也便是第3条第4条

            其实这也很契合中文里常说的“工欲善其事,必先利其器”。

            不要光是对自己的成果急得跺脚,先花点时刻优化自己的生活方法吧,比方先给自己定一个100天学习方案。

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