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imaginative interpretation ♪

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

【7:00 】

In my study of USCPA exam, I always establish an imaginative interpretation when I encounter a topic that is incomprehensible to me, because my memory is too poor to store information just by rote-memorization; but I can remember it if I remember it with some plausible reason for the explanation of the topic.

For example, in this morning I learned “Aggregate Supply Curve” in a topic of MACRO ECONOMICS (BEC). And the graph of aggregate supply curve illustrated on the textbook was different from “Supply Curve,” that I saw in a topic of MICRO ECONOMICS. There was no explanation about why they look different. Maybe it’s because it’s evident for those who know the topic. But nn knows nothing about ECONOMICS. My major at Univ. was linguistics. I have some experience of working in a branch of a bank, but don’t know anything like ECONOMICS! So the difference between “Aggregated Supply Curve” and “Supply Curve” is not evident to me at all.

So, as is often the case with me, I established an imaginative interpretation for myself.
I don’t know whether it’s correct or not. I don’t even care. But if I understand it in the way illustrated below, I can REMEMBER it, which counts most to me for now.

Now, I’m going to give a phone call to Hawaii Test Center!!

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by nn_77 | 2006-02-14 06:55 | >BEC | Comments(0)