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Set goals

By louisn ·
Never study without setting clear, attainable goals or you'll risk drifting aimlessly.

This is especially true if you're not enrolled for a course. For example, if you choose your study materials, determine a reasonable study period per day/week with a target finishing date.

As an important further incentive, set a date for the exam (if you intend taking one). Review this date toward the end of your studies, setting a final date - and booking for the exam! There's nothing like a looming exam date to get you focussed, motivated and committed.

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Sounds like work!

by Oz_Media In reply to Set goals

Even though you are bang on for many students (the study format is always based on individual comprehension)this sounds like work to me.
I preferred the sit and read, test and learn and write the friggin test before you go crazy idea.
However....Your tips will help someone without the ability to discipline their study habits. Then again, if you have no personal discipline, why even try to enter the IT field? This is what creates so many unemployed MCSE's.

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