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The risks of being bookish

dPAL   |  12-Oct-2016

By Sunila Menon

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Being bookish is a risky business. Apart from the tired eyes, there are a lot of potential threats that come with being studious. Being studious is spending a lot of time in studying and yes, you are right; it can be dangerous. If you do not agree, the reasons mentioned below will make you think twice. 

  • Studious students are those who spend so many hours with their books that they hardly have time left for their hobby or to socialise with others.
  • All day study makes a student dull
  •  The unhealthy habit of mugging up lessons is due to the unclear concepts. While preparing for NEET, CET, IIT-JEE or JEE Main this habit can prove to be a disadvantage.
  • It is a rule that science students have to learn from the point where they left. Science is a conceptual subject, so no matter whether it is medical or engineering if the basics are not clear the student is going to face a huge problem when he or she joins a college.
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With the advancement in technology, we have solutions for all problems today. Students who are not able to manage board and competitive exam studies along with their hobby can choose to study with dPAL, an android app for 11th & 12th grade PU & CBSE students.

The app helps students prepare for both the board and competitive exams with ease. It includes previous year question banks, synopsis, overview videos, mock tests and practice tests for helping students with their exam preparation. Now, with this android app students can prepare for exams anywhere, anytime, therefore, helping them manage time for other activities. 


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