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Lahore School students definitely study hard, but you'll find that studying at Lahore School is anything but boring. It's more like engaging. There's a lot to be learned over the years in the Lahore School. What I see every day here is this:

Most students make every effort to go to classes well prepared by doing the course assignments. Those who don't understand something or find it hard to comprehend, ask questions. They use teachers and teaching assistants as their resources for learning. Being aware of what you don't know is at the heart of learning and can lead to search for new knowledge and solutions.


Many students make out a study schedule – very realistic, short-term for something they want to accomplish on day to day basis, or over the next few days that contribute to their longer-term goals. Accomplishing something, even a small thing, each day helps feeling of making progress.
I find many open to new ideas and new experiences.

Getting involved-with academics, social activities, friends, and with themselves. Those who are more involved in life, they seem to be ahead of others who are not. Of course nobody can do everything all the time and that every one has limits.

The first sign of students found in trouble academically is that when they have been missing classes.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 12/07/2004 10:48:00 AM,

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