It may have been too late
for me to realize this
then again they say
"Better late than never"
So I decided to point it out here
directly & blatantly
in this new insight I gained
about the very academic years
I've been indulging into in present
so as to share it with you guys
and to remind myself in equivalent
for nobody's actually cared to read this blog
except me, the very owner. Sobs.
*forever alone statement, thou shall ignore that*
First thing first
I'm not sure what about the others
but I lived up my high school years
and probably my primary school days
with the mindset that
"If you understand the particular lesson well
you shall recall it properly."
Of course, I am not belittling the strenuous exercises
and homework that's taxing up those times back then
but I'm highlighting that
I'm good at it during those times
by simply understanding it.
Not to brag, but to be grateful.
I must say
the same trick's not working
not in my higher education
didn't notice it that much during foundation studies
probably since the lessons were pretty much similar to the high school's
the effect's felt deeply
during degree studies, that is
I knew the gap has widen
by hook or by crook
and it seems like I'm barely capable
of doing a proper revamp
till this moment.
I realized something
I realized something
"Practice, practice, practice"
It is all but important equally
as much as understanding them contents
why is it so?
For in higher education
It's not all about theory
and not all about practical
It requires coordination of both
to be considered as "good"
in that specified field you're into.
You must understand them lessons
and also have a proper knowledge
of an appropriate place
that knowledge shall be put into use.
To be good at the latter
adequate practice is crucial.
Let's put an analogy or two.
In a similar case
You can't never be good in playing music
if you simply understand the concepts
You shall need to try playing it with your own, would you?
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whilst enhancing your language proficiency
let it be English, Spanish, Malay, French, whatsoever
You can't never be good at it
if you understand the theory merely
You'll have to pronounce each and every freaking word
and have a partner to converse with
isn't that a form of practice?
with this newly found
let's see how far it would take me.
Anticipating lots of'em to come over
and knock my damn door.
Sorry for not updating.
I'm still consistent on making it a success
of my quest tho.