Is reading extracurricular books bad for u durring exams ? Like novals and especially science books that contain a lot of scientific infos?
- Anonymous3 years agoFavorite Answer
Regular walking in nature is good for you during exams. That is very best help for calming .
If you like to read extracurricular books during exams, suggest books like "Flatland," "Math and Magic in Camelot," "A Wrinkle in Time," "The Neverending Story," "Adventures of Alice in Wonderland," "The Great Divorce," "Understanding Yourself," and "In a Sunburned Country;" if you must read more weighty extracurricular novels and science, that seems counter-intuitive--but here are some that might be not too weighty: "The Code of the Woosters;" "Code of Conduct;" "Don Quixote."
It is the case that "headucation" emphasizes the acquiring of facts; balancing mentalism with more mentalism (escapist reading) is less balanced than walks in nature, listening to some good music like Pachelbel, Beethoven, Bach, and napping.
If you find extracurricular reading to be your preferred cup of tea, children's books and light novels like those listed above are better; funny science books like Mary Roach's "Packing for Mars" are imho more restful than reading weightier tomes.
- Mary MLv 53 years ago
- Anonymous3 years ago
Good lord. What on earth do you study? Not English....I hope.
- Elaine MLv 73 years ago
If it stops you from studying, yes it's bad.
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- AndrewLv 73 years ago
Judging by the wording of this question you ought to read any book you come across, because I'd be very surprised if you had ever read one to begin with.
- TantraLv 43 years ago
No because you will build your vocabulary base, have good examples of using the language which are all transferrable skills