Amid growing concerns for a possible third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, how the student can transform the possible third wave into an academic opportunity for themself if such wave strikes.
The lessons learned from the first and second waves of the Covid-19 pandemic have adequately prepared students to deal with a possible third wave of Covid-19.
The first and second waves of Covid-19 certainly impacted the students. Students who transformed the Covid-19 successive lockdowns into an opportunity succeeded in their endeavors of cracking IIT-JEE/NEET.
We will enumerate the critical aspects through which students can negate the impact of a possible third wave of Covid-19 pandemic:
Time is crucial for the students since time mismanagement leads to an academic backlog. While time management remains a problem for the average student, the top performers learned to deal with distractions. Aspirants should learn social distancing, avoid spending time with friends and strengthen their academics. Aspirants should balance sports activities, routine activities, and coaching/school timings.
Control over distractions
Aspirants keen on minimizing the impact of future pandemic waves on their studies should restrict themselves from distractions like the internet, mobile phones, etc.
Engage with online learning
Many students connected with the online education system during the pandemic, which yielded favorable results. If a possible third wave strikes, students should engage in online education instead of being distracted by the internet. It is the impact of the online education mode due to which Allen Career Institute delivered historical results in IIT-JEE/NEET this year. Online and offline education does not matter if you follow your educational system and adequately utilize your time.