We are all different one from another, and therefore we behave in different ways. Generalisations about human conduct are bound to be open to exceptions, and no absolute rules about how we should do things can apply. Nevertheless with experience we learn successful ways of conducting our affairs, including efficient methods of study. In this and a subsequent article I shall try to identify certain general principles that may be of some help to those who are on a course, or are about to embark on a course, of study. These notes can be no more than suggestions, but they are based on direct experience and have been found to work. The individual can modify them in the light of his own temperament and need.
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