If you can't do something, it doesn't mean you CAN'T DO IT. It just means that you CAN'T DO IT YET. Just figure out how to do it and practice, because that's what expertise is about. Cursing yourself for being stupid or blaming others for your own limitation is a vicious cycle of stagnation.
When we study or prepare for an exam, our mind is set on the destination. That's a wrong way to learn. When you set a goal, you become too occupied with it, and that keeps you away from fun that learning brings. Do not take the fun out of learn. You can study with fun.
I ask questions when I don't know something. There's so much I don't know. There's so much I need to learn. So why be picky?
If you're a person who follows the scientific principle, then you're a scientist regardless of the language, number or symbols used.
I feel that to learn something, writing it down is the best way to retain it. You have limited attention capacity. So to utilise it the best you need to practice small chunk of the task at a time. Just like we eat in bites, not the whole plate at a time because we know …
Study long enough until you learn and don't get bored. Take breaks long enough until you enjoy and don't get bored.
If you think that things are easy,then it means that you haven't worked hard enough.
Real win is when you can resist your distraction. Can only resist something when you get used to it. Don't fight it.Don't waste your energy.Let your distraction burn out instead of you. Just acknowledge your distraction and say 'Only I will win!'
Opposite of science is common sense.Nothing harms the essence of systematic study more than belief in untested claims.