Self Study Program
Self studying, which involves studying without direct supervision or attendance in a classroom program, is a valuable way to learn, and is quickly growing in popularity among parents and aspirants and also in the society. By complementing formal education in their graduation or post graduation, Aspirants can see a drastic improvement to grades, material understanding, and confidence.
Many IAS/IFoS(IFS) aspirants study at home and/or comfortable atmosphere to supplement their class-based learning. However, self study can also be used to master a new skill or learn an entirely new concept – like a language or an instrument. The benefits you can gain from self study are endless and are completely determined by your (aspirant) goals.
There are various self studying methods you can implement at home (whether they’re self study tips to complete solo or with you) that can bring about many educational benefits both in and out of coaching institutes.
My dear IAS/IFoS(IFS)/UPSC/CSE-Civil Services Exam Maths/Mathematics Optional aspirants USE THE FOLLOWING METHODS TO STUDY AT HOME OR WITH YOUR ROOM.
- Have a conversation with your aspirant about what is being learned at their room or home, and what topics your aspirant is interested in. This will encourage aspirants to strive to learn more, so they can keep teaching you what they know. Additionally, the practice of teaching is known as one of the top ways to work towards grasping a concept!
- Read books and articles on a topic of study, or interest. Whether this is in connection with a course, or just at your’s own leisure, encouraging you to read is a highly effective way to increase understanding of new concepts. Take a trip to the library together, or invest in some classics on a topic to provide the best reading materials which we are providing to self study.
- Watch educational videos to keep aspirants actively engaged in a concept. There are many tutorial videos which we will provide on YouTube that are intended for teaching people new skills, or educational shows aimed at complementing what aspirants learn in Coaching classes. Whether your home learner is trying to learn another language, or figuring out how to conduct a science experiment, they can greatly benefit from the audio and visual walk through.
- Educational games are a mentor and aspirant favorite when it comes to ways to study at home or in your room. There are many apps that you can access through your phone that promote learning in Mathematics/Maths optional for IAS/IFoS(IFS)/UPSC/CSE-Civil Services Exam, GS mains, and prelims CSAT PAPER-1 & CSAT PAPER-2 and a variety of other courses. Or put the phone down and get hold of board games and card games that promote strategy and logic. Encourage you to associate learning with fun.
- Work through practice questions to reinforce skills that are learned at Class room coaching while studying at home or in your room. Help hold yours attention while working through the practice questions by incorporating games, rewards, and challenges. This will help them view the material in a new way, and reinforce what is learned in the classroom coaching.