Is it possible to condition ones self to do more efficient task?

Raihan Mirza

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I was thinking about this for a long time. I am going to be taking biochemistry class fall semester. I am preparing for it now. I was thinking about trying to condition myself to try to answer biochemistry mutiple choice questions correctly. I would do this by poking myself with a needle everytime I get a question wrong. Would this condition myself to get more questions correct in a mutiple choice biochemistry exam. Also I was thinking about doing the same thing with time management. Everytime I slack off. I will poke myself with a needle to condition myself not to slack off and follow a routin =e schedue.
 

erg923

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If it would, then the would would be full of masochistic geniuses, no? My recomendation would be to study harder.
 

Mulsum

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Is this supposed to be a joke? Sort of highlights everything that's wrong with neuro and biopsych, all in one hilarious post.