Why Do Most Students Not Do Well in English?

Ever felt like giving up because your studies became too overwhelming?

Your grades in English, or any other subject, might cause you to be concerned, and you might start to feel the below:

Panic. Stress. And even worse, depression.

So you decide to practice more. That’s a good idea, but it has its drawbacks. While you improve initially, you begin to struggle and realise that you’ve hit a block. Your grades slow down, you might become socially distant from your family as you try to focus more on studies, believing that pure hardwork is the answer.

Spoiler alert: It’s just half of the answer. The other half is proper goal setting and skills acquiring.

Contrary to popular belief, you do need a proper goal setting structure in place if you wish to excel in English. For Comprehension, you need to be aware of the different types of questions: Literal, Inferential, Language Use, Summary, and so on…these are just some examples.

For Composition, you have a wide myriad of possibilities: Narrative, Descriptive, Argumentative, Discursive, and Hybrid questions.

Yes, it’s no longer as easy as ‘just practicing’.

For us at The Arts & Humanities Lair, we ask you to focus on what it is that you desire to score. You bring the passion and drive, we equip you with the skills.

With us, we unlock your potential with our round-the-clock tutoring and dedicated Chief Tutor.

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