Currently there is a trend of reading rooms, whether it might be CA, CS or IAS preparation. 📚
Are these rooms worth? Does they give us productive results?
Let's find out..!!
*Being surrounded by fellow aspirants and seeing how much they work, what they are studying, what books they are referring, how are they planning to finish their syllabus , you may get encouraged to get more out of you.👬👭
*If you feel sleepy at your place and you decide to take a nap, it hardly remains a nap. It becomes a full 1 or 1.5 hr sleep. At library due to the uncomfortable posture it may remain a nap. 😴
*You get into a nice routine. Library hours are fixed so you have a deadline to meet. May help working efficiently and efficiently.
*Most libraries have nice working ACs. So cool surroundings in hot Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai weather.🏖️
*Proximity to things like tea shops, book stores.☕
*Lastly feels nice to get out of same mundane routine and look around for some 'distractions' :P 🤗
*Cost, for some ppl they cannot afford, especially in cities like Delhi. 💵
*Getting friendly with lot of people around wastes time. All the little tea outings (or sutta outings) eat up too much of your time.🚭
*Seemingly trivial fights over places, the fan speed, AC temperatures (trust me it happens) may distract you.☢️
*The WiFi, as now a days many reading rooms has this facility, you might end wasting time on internet, and you don't have your parents around you to control you. 📵
*Too much crowd can be frustrating. 👭👬👫
*Traffic and traveling time, if you stay little far from the room you might end up in traffic with pollution 😪
- I personally don't prefer reading rooms, I feel they distract me more.. 😎
What you guys think? Have you ever been to a reading room, how was your experience, and do comment if you have any further positives or negatives😋