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UsefulHabits Useful Reading Habits
1-Avoid reading too slowly because….
It will take you ages to finish, and you will lose interest on the topic.
You will get confused later on when you are studying. Try to underline only words. Use different colors, but not too many because you will get puzzled about what they are supposed to hightlight.
3- Try to read everywhere and as much as possible because…
You will learn a great deal of vocabulary. You will become a faster and more efficient reader with practice.
4- Find a well lit spot for you to read otherwise your eyes will get tired soon
5- Read in a quiet place where others will not disturb you
Why should I revise? It’s BORING!. What’s the point of revision? You have obtained a great deal of knowledge this lesson/topic/term/year etc Most people.
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