Tuesday, July 26, 2011

You don't have to Work All the Time

Robert H. Grubbs the Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry 2005 says

"You don't have to WORK all the time,


You have to THINK  all the time"

Reading or studying without thinking is futile. As I said earlier, In learning science, Questioning every answer is more important than answering every question.

Don’t just be satisfied by the mere facts and figures given in texts or said by your teachers.

Ask questions yourself first, clarify the concepts and find answers to the questions arising in your mind and discuss your answers with your friends and teachers.

Let them question your answers and you try defending your answers.

This way everyone will be tempted to think and question the answers.

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