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100 Tips
to Get a
RANK 
(A bridged version of SECRETS OF SUCCESS)
 
TUNING THE BRAIN
1.
The word meditation sounds big, when you do not understand the realmeaning. Meditation means enjoying the current experience in depth, bothmentally and physically. Concentrate on hair while combing, relish thetaste of food while eating and enjoy the lesson while reading.
 2.
Anger, Laziness, Sensitiveness. Fear, Tension, Inferiority complex,Insecurity about future, Failure to speak public, Lack of Attention andMemory are the problems normally faced by students.
 3.
Look at the last again. Are they problems or weaknesses? Suppose astudent meets with an accident before his exam. It's a problem. Loosinghall ticket one day before the theory test is a problem. Problems many notbe solved, but weaknesses can be fought upon.
 
MOOD CONTROL
 4.
Be careful of what you do just before your studies. Don't get involved ingossip, arguments, phone conservations and long discussions prior to yourstudies. This may launch you on the course to daydreaming.
 5.
Ask your friends not to ring up after six in the evening. Request yourparents not to invite guests during your study hours.
 6.
If your mind wanders, don't sit at your desk starting into a book andmumbling about your poor self-control. Stand up and go away from yourbooks. Take a breath of fresh air. Never talk to friends on phone or withfamily members during these intervals. Don't even try to look in thedirection of TV.. not even for a second.
 7.
Before you start your study, stand for a few moments before your studytable ( or mat ) silently. Close your eyes and try to think of nothing. This iscalled CLEANING the SLATE. In the beginning, you may find itimpracticable. It tests your patience. Many give up at this stage. Afterpracticing for three to four weeks, you would begin to enjoy the results.
 
FOOD, LAZINESS AND SLEEP
 8.
Laziness is of two types, Physical and Mental. Tiredness of body called
'fatigue'.
Mental laziness is '
boredom
'. Don't confuse fatigue with boredom.
 9.
Do you eat to live or live to eat? Eat to live for six days and live to eat forone day. Normally you require 2500 calories per day. It is unpleasant toknow that a hundred grams chips packet, butter cookies and a chocolatebar give you 450, 480, 300 calories respectively. Idly is good with 50calories but a tea spoon of coconut or groundnut chutney adds up another50 calories.
 
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10.
There are 22 amino acids of which body cannot produce nine and are to besupported from outside. Soya bean is a highly recommended food forstudents. Add it to your chapattis. You can mix Soya power in water, fruit juices or buttermilk and drink twice a day.
 11.
Soon after eating a heavy meal you feel sleepy, as the intestines drainsmore blood and oxygen from the brain. Reduce the volume of your lunchand dinner to 25% and have large breakfast and evening snacks. Lunch,Evening snacks and Dinner in the ration of 30:25:20:25 keeps youralertness constant throughout the day.
 12.
Normally people eat rice for lunch and chapattis for dinner. It is advised theother way around. Chapattis keep you fit and light for the entire day andthough easily digestible, rice is heavy on stomach.
 13.
Hypersomnia means
early to bed and late to rise.
It includes excessivedaytime sleep and napping at inappropriate times. To fight hypersomnia,perform some sort of physical activity for ten minutes in the morning.Throw a Frisbee with your friends or just go for a jog. It eases yourhypersomnia.
 14.
After dinner, walk 'alone' for ten minutes in the night and return to studies.Sandwich the uninteresting subject between two interesting subjects whilestudying in the nights.
 15.
Saturday Night Fever: Never watch late night movies on Saturday andcompensate your sleep on Sunday afternoons. The effect continues onMonday also, disturbing the biological clock.
 
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TIME MAPPING
 16.
The main reasons for unsuccessful time management are incapability of arranging the tasks in preferential order, getting attracted by morepowerful unbeneficial deeds, irregular habits like excessive sleeping, andunnecessary gossiping and late night-ours.
 
Look at the right lower part of the table. A student in the month of Junefeels that there is a lot of time to begin his studies. He is unconscious about theurgency and importance of the exams. Slowly, as the half-yearly examinationsapproach, he feels the urgency, but he is not yet interested to start, as he thinksit is not that important. With that over-confidence, he ignores the subject andbecomes lazy. Later as the examination date advances, he settles down to hisstudies. At this juncture, he finds certain subjects difficult and tough. He getsconfused. He postpones studying those subjects. In March, suddenly, everythingbecomes important and urgent. In other words, as flood water from all smallstreams join to make a hell out of it, all works flow to the left upper block of heabove table (Urgent and Important), creating tension to the student.
 17.
Maintain a fixed time for 'eat-intervals' in case you cannot hold yourhunger for two or three hours. Don't visit the Kitchen in between. Keepsome fruits or other eatables near your study table, but never eat there.Treat it as a holy place not be disgraced.
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18.
Developing speed with which you should read is also an art. It depends onwhether you are reading a lesson or a non-detail. Again, first readingshould be slow to underlining, revision should be fast. It is not importanthow fast you read and complete a lesson, but how you retain it is.
 19.
You should be able to say 'no' to any person who demands your timeunnecessarily. You can learn to stop people, who are your time killers. Theyare the persons who pop into your study room for a chat. You have everyright to politely postpone the conversation (unless you like it and nobodycan help you then).
 20.
Next time when you talk to your friend on phone, ask one of your familymembers to record it without your knowledge. Note down how manyurgent and important points that you have discussed in that one-hourconversation whom you are any way going to meet the next day. There willbe none.
 21.
Arrange all necessary items like books, water, etc., before settling forstudies. Don't waste your precious early morning time, searching for theabove.
 22.
Start your study every day exactly at a given time and according to atimetable. If you examine your day carefully, you'll find that you tend tolunch and dine at predictable times. 'Time controlled behaviour' is fairlyeasy to start.
 
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KEY NOTING
 23.
While studying (or listening to the lecture), note down the points in yourown simple language. This is called keynoting. Suppose you are studying(or teacher is explaining) Ramayana. You should note that the key pointslike Ram - wife - kidnap - War.
24.
You should be able to expand the entire Ramayana by holding these fourwords in your active neurons. All other incidents and names likeLakshmana, Vibhishana, Ravana etc., should be kept in passive neurons. Ata later stage when you try to recollect the subject, the active neurons wakeup the passive neurons.
 25.
Condense the entire subject to simple keywords. Use diagrams and colourpens, whenever necessary. Expand the subject in your words, with the helpof the keywords.
26.
Compare your script with the original notes. If the variation is more, try towrite it again.
 27.
Original text books and notes contain much unnecessary matter. Yourkeynoting filters it. At the time of revision you need not choose betweenimportant and unimportant sentences. You are not straining the brain withunnecessary pulp matter.
 28.
You are not straining your eyes with the stereotyped letters of printing. Youlove your hand writing. Studying your own script reduces the strain of theeye.
 29.
The entire syllabus of ALL the subjects can be condensed into a 100-page
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