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TGIF! Thursday night is the last hand-holding session for the week for HOS students.
As I spoke with students privately, there emerge some common denominators among many of the students. Except for a minority who are role model students, the rest are having hiccups in spite of their attending religiously at the hand-holding sessions the past weeks.
As I reiterate in my recent blogs, it is more effective if students were to attend hand-holding sessions on alternate sessions rather than to squeeze into successive nights whenever there was a vacant seat. Most are working during the day and the only time they can read, revise and come up with Q&As is the next night after attendance at hand-holding sessions. I observe there are a few who attend all the hand-holding sessions whenever they can squeeze into vacant slots, which is all well and good, except that they have failed to devote the time to do their homework, an essential part to the learning process of HOS to inculcate good habits of success.
Having said this, a few model students have managed to show great progress simply because they have discipline to take baby steps to read, revise and constantly revise notes, recordings etc to grasp the basic principles taught at the HOS seminar. There you are, the Coyle concept about reducing your learning process time is working, if you apply what you are being taught by mentor Ray.
Here are more video clips to reinforce revisions.
Focus on entry bar
Negative Development trade
Fine pointers on Stops
Buying on stop
Interview clip with Teng Yong
Interview with Vincent
Have a long good weekend with Labour Day on Monday. However, hand-holding sessions for next week, the last week, will be on Monday and Thursday nights.
Idkit aka Ana