Good or Great?

Whose line is it anyway?

Nov 26 2021

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What kind of practice do you need, for you to become great?

Whose line is it anyway? - First Academy

There is a saying, "The difference between good and great is 5%".

Being able to write good sentences is comes from some effort and from reading grammar books. But in life, being good is not always enough. Being good has become normal. In a world where 90% is considered 'average', you need to be great.

And greatness is never the result of effort, practice, and mindless repetition. Greatness comes from being able to think. It is the aftermath of meditation and forethought.

This quiz here helps you do just that. It forces you to think, analyse, reason, before arriving at a conclusion.

If you apply thought, you will also learn from your mistakes. At First Academy, this is what our awesome sessions are all about. They are not about just repetitive activities. The coaching is designed to make you think.

It is constructed with the purpose of making you pause, lookback and weigh your options. That is why we are able to cover that 5%. 

From choosing subjects for class to making quizzes, from our awesome coaching material to our trainers, we are easily the best. This is because we work with the best.

We are First Academy. We are coaching done right! 

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