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Python

anyone have tips on studying?

I find myself learning the best with animation videos explaining the terms. Find myself struggling to take in the terms that Keeneth Love is explaining.

Visual learner vs. hearing.

getting really frustrated on how long it is taking me to complete assignments...on day 3 now for teacher stats lol

For myself, I find a good practicing is making sure you give yourself breaktime. I personally try and go about two hours of work time, and then about 20 minutes break. Took me a while to find my niche. Test some different methods out and whatever works for you personally is the best for you.

Also, animation videos are super helpful. Sadly not all the content/videos have an animation for the terms. When it comes to learning, maybe try and find that grit and persistence when it comes to the methods that are harder to learn for you, and then relax a little more when an animation pops up and it's easier for you to follow along. Just a thought.

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thanks for the reply! found that writing down the terms that I struggle on, help me to process what they are saying.