Suppose you started reading Laxmikant to prepare for questions on Indian Constitution.
What do you do? You read through it, answer the questions in the book, and gradually complete the syllabus.
What do you do next? You pick up mock questions and try solving them.
While solving the question paper, you realise that you have missed some points. What do you do then? You go back to Laxmikant and read that chapter again.
Now, this is not a one time thing. Every time you discover that you have missed a concept or cannot solve a particular question, you go back to the book and read it again. Basically, you spend a lot of time reading the same material over and over again without feeling confident that you will definitely solve the questions. Is this the smart way of preparing for your exams or could there be a better way?
And you are not alone. Most of the students do the same thing and waste a lot of time and effort in reading the same things without feeling completely confident about it. Would it not be better if you could spend this time on reading some other material or preparing for your optional subject? Wouldn’t it be better if you read the syllabus once or maybe twice and felt confident about it?
What if we tell you that you can gain absolute mastery over the subject, not only constitution but all of them, without going through the same material multiple times? What if we tell you that there is a better way, a smarter way?
So, what is the smarter way?
We spoke with hundreds of aspirants who have cracked the exam and they revealed the secret that helped them succeed. The secret was ‘discussion.’
In fact, every aspirant who has succeeded will tell you that they engaged with their peers and mentors in numerous discussions to understand the topics comprehensively. Successful aspirants will tell you that they got a comprehensive understanding of the topics by participating in thorough discussions with other aspirants.
Why do they do this?
Engaging in discussions helped these successful candidates in clearing their doubts. It helped them get a broader perspective on the subject and it helped them find new ways of answering questions without having to read the same material over and over again.
They learned through conversations!
How can you do the same?
Well, at Habitat, we have highly focused aspirants engaging in thorough discussions on the most relevant topics, everyday. They are guided by experienced mentors who engage in the conversation and keep it concentrated on the topic. We make sure that every aspirant on Habitat learns at their own pace but in an efficient manner.
The aspirants in our clubs get the following benefits:
- Completion of the syllabus? No problem
- Intense revision? Done
- Detailed discussion? Of course
- Answer writing practice? Yes
- A focused approach to studies? Indeed
- Doubt clearing? Obviously
We make sure that you have everything that you need to succeed!
All you need to do is give it a shot! So, go ahead and try out one of our clubs. Or just speak with us for free!
We promise that you will find learning much easier and feel more confident going for your exam.