Weakness targeting – the most simplest revision technique

This can apply to exams, hobbies, life skills, and pretty much anything that requires learning. I'm gonna go ahead and summarise everything about to be said: Find your weakest point and practice the hell out of that. Rinse and Repeat The idea behind this is very simple but you'd be surprised how many people don't … Continue reading Weakness targeting – the most simplest revision technique


Multiple choice test techniques

These sorts of test are a god send if you haven't done any preparation for it, but if you have they can be a nightmare to get perfect scores on. So other than knowing the topic better here are a few techniques I use to improve my chances. Starting with the most obvious: Elimination - … Continue reading Multiple choice test techniques


This is more of an advanced application of the Pareto Principle¬†from my previous post. Using the analogy of tests, different tests may cover the same content in some way or other. This is very useful because that means you're using your time efficiently! I call this 'carryover'. (The ABCD part in the venn diagram) Imagine … Continue reading Efficiency+


Efficiency and Grades

Let me first begin by introducing the 80/20 rule (Pareto principle). Its a distribution related to work to effect or reward to time ratio, the idea being 80% of the initial work can be done with 20% of effort and the remaining 20% of work requires 80% of the remaining effort to get done. Think … Continue reading Efficiency and Grades


memoirs – dead sea

The Travel I cannot remember the year we went on this trip. I'm sure it was definitely prior to 2012 since the journey was with my school mates; now life long friends. The school had organised a trip to Jordan and we decided to visit the dead sea. It was surprisingly really fun. The sea … Continue reading memoirs – dead sea


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