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Reading Vs Understanding Vs Applying

Just a few days ago, I was “helping” my sister with her assignment because well, she is really running out of time. (Now, now, let’s put the ethics discussion aside)

Anyway, my “mission” is to read a few chapters of her textbook and help do some e-learning… I thought it won’t be as difficult but…

I haven’t been someone who enjoy reading, so it took me many days (2 days) to just do 3 quizzes and 2 shot questions.

I realised the different between reading and understanding and then applying. It takes a lot to be able to just read a textbook, without previous knowledge (of the subject) or interest, to fully be able to understand and apply the theories…

  • Have you tried “self-learning” through reading?

    • Yes
    • No
  • How do you find it?

    • Difficult but fun
    • Not fun at all
    • I rather go for classes

What do you think?

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  1. I’m a self-taught person. I often read to compare it with my imagination, thought, or idea. If I read something I have not read before, I will usually immediately raise questions in advance in order to be interested in finding the answer in it. If there is something interesting to do, I will try it to practice it or prove it. There are always obstacles such as loss of focus, boredom, or hard to understand if we are less interested indeed.

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