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Should I quit school?

Should I quit school?

When you sit down to study, how do you transfer that massive amount of information from the books and notes in front of you to a reliable spot inside your head? The best way to facilitate that kind of "file transfer" is to develop good study habits, as outlined below.

At first, it'll take a good deal of conscious effort to change your studying ways, but after a while, it'll become second nature, and studying will be easier to do.

The first step toward this will be on how to manage your time. This therefore means that you make a weekly schedule and devote a certain amount of time per day to studying. This will improve your grades as well. That amount will vary depending on whether you're in high school or college, and also varies by field of study.

How to study

Many young people are wondering if they should continue school or not. Such students suffer an obsessive dread of school. It often starts by school violence, friends’ cruelty, and pressure for high grades. Such students may continue schooling without their likeness because they're forced to do so. Such students suffer from constant turmoil and even physical distress.

But are these solid reasons to quit school? What consequences might dropping out of school have later in your future? However, are there good reasons staying in school until you graduate?

What value does school have? A person who quit school before a certain level is likely to miss good opportunities around him and within himself. Imagine someone talking to you using some unfamiliar words that need to take you to your dictionary, but even without going there; you can still know what the person is talking as he continues. What if it was someone who never managed to obtain a certain level? Would he stay listening? The probability that he will leave is likely very high.

If I had not gone to school and studied Psychology and Human Behavioral Science, you would not have arrived at So I considered education to be very necessary as part of day-to-day life. It is education that teaches us how to think, define properly, what is rational and irrational, the fundamental capacity to think clearly, what data is and the connection between parts and wholes.

The discipline learned in school can benefit you for the rest of your life. Lot of times, people have applied for jobs and could not get them because their employers demand at least a diploma. You can now see that, jobs prospect are dim for those who have not mastered the skills taught in school. Understandably, now that, the job outlook for those who quit school is very poor.

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