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My primary school was not good, I was a jocker. But got serious on secondary school. In college, i did my best, but i know i could have done better. But again, you should also enjoy your time while it lasts. not just books books books. It makes John a dull boy
I wasn't great at it and my grades reflected this. It wasn't really a matter of being lazy (though this did become a factor later), I just don't absorb much information if I'm just reading it, or hearing someone talk in class. I learn way better by seeing and doing.
When I was in school, studying was not necessarily my forte. I had tendency to fall asleep whenever I was trying to study, I had tendency to fall asleep, not good. But I did well overall in school and was able to retain the information that was taught in class well enough. But, yeah, studying was not my thing.
Well, with the likes of educational institutions being closed and lessons being online; instead, it's definitely been a challenge. Studying from home presents its difficulties with the distractions around you. It's all about staying focused.