Is going backward important to move forward?

I took this course at school.

It's actually a 2nd year course (I'm done by degree). I took it as a post-grad student.

What I realized, is it's actually really helpful in getting me back on track for school. I am likely going to be doing a Masters etc. and need to go back to doing well (I was doing well before I took a break).

I realized starting with 2nd year and maybe doing some add-on 4th year courses next term was probably smart of me to do.


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What Guys Said 1

  • Sometimes starting with something simpler is the best way to go about relearning the beginning material before moving back up to the advanced material


What Girls Said 1

  • But time passes by the way