Practical Knowledge: Is It Of Any Help While Writing Your Assignment?
Let us begin with an anecdote here; imagine an exam room where you, as a student, are sitting giving an exam. You come across a question that is not part of the syllabus per se and that you have never really come across it before. Since it is one of those compulsory questions you need to do at all costs, what do you do? You think for a while, mentally going through all your knowledge as well as any experience that might help you arrive at the right answer. Eventually, after assessing and deducing, you finally reach the right answer. So, can practical knowledge help write an assignment? Almost certainly, yes! Here is how practical knowledge can help students.
You already know the worst so new assignments really don’t scare any more.
One of the biggest problems with new assignments is that they can be so scary and can (potentially at least) involve so much hard work. For a student who has already got some amount of practical knowledge under their belt, new assignments will not become the reason for stress and procrastination inducing activities that they might otherwise have been. Instead, they become easier to handle and execute. Most importantly however, considering how students often have multiple assignments at hand, a little practical knowledge means that no assignment will scare them to the point where they are afraid to even begin working on it and instead waste time until the very last minute! They will begin the assignment early and finish the work properly and within the given deadlines also.
You develop an interest in the field.
When students start university or college or even if they are doing their O-Levels, they choose certain subjects just because they feel that these subjects look interesting. At the end, or even in the middle of a gruelling educational year, suddenly, all of the subjects that the students had initially found so interesting, suddenly don’t sound all that great any more. Consider Math for instance; it is one subject most people do not find very interesting and many have great difficulty navigating. However, when a student chooses to study Math, they do so either because they need the subject to attain some degree in the future or because they just frankly love it and would like to have a career in that field. A few years of hard studying and that interest begins to wane while the subject begins to come across as a great bore. Getting some practical hands-on experience or knowledge at this stage helps a student to revive that interest in a subject!
Finally, when one talks of education, there is a gap between all that learning that is done at educational institutions and the way that the knowledge is applied practically. That is also the reason why first time internships are such an eye-opening experience for students. These internships as well as the practical knowledge gained, helps students fill up the gaps between learning and applying that learning process and most particularly, do well at coursework so again, yes, practical knowledge is definitely helpful in assignment writing. Yet, you can take assistance from Coursework Square anytime to further your learning process!