Subject– The importance of group study.
Hello, how are you? How is your study break going so far? I know you are not a fan of studying in a group but I thought I could perhaps change your mind through some interesting points in this email.
Studying in a group comes with its own set of benefits. To begin with, you can clear any doubts you have by simply asking your friends. They won’t judge or make fun of you for not understanding a concept. You can ask them to explain something many times. By looking at how others study, you can learn a new way of understanding a concept. Their pattern of organisation and study material as well as memorising will help you. You can learn from their mistakes. If you get tired, everyone takes a break, chats for a while, shares snacks, and cracks jokes. It helps lighten the mood and reduces stress. Besides, it creates a special type of bond. Most essentially, it will help you avoid procrastination. The dedicated time slot will help you organise your daily routine and add the habit of studying to your timetable. If you ever slack, your group members will call you and remind you to study. The entire group share notes from class and you will never miss anything that was taught. In case you wrote something wrong, you will be able to correct your errors in these study sessions.
That being said, I would like to invite you to a study group I have formed. There is Tania, Isha, Rohit and me in the group. So what say, let’s be study buddies?