Letter to younger brother giving him a piece of advice about his studies

Examination Hall,
A.B.C.
January 3, 2007

Dear Atif,

I received your letter the day before. I am glad you are paying due attention to your studies. I hope that your stay at Government College, Sahiwal will be highly rewarding. Since you are so close to my heart, I would like to share some of my experiences of the college life with you. Make it a habit to be punctual in attending your classes. One missed session will put extra pressure on you. If you keep on missing your sessions frequently, you will never be able to make up for the academic toss. I want you to work hard without being a bookworm. Spare some time for co-curricular activities, such as debates, sports, and quiz competitions. During class sessions, never hesitate to ask questions. Your teachers will be ready to answer your queries. This will also help you to develop your spoken skill. Besides, don’t cram the material. Try to understand the concepts and develop your reading and writing skills. Last but not least, try to enjoy your academic work. This will significantly enhance the quality of your learning.

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Yours affectionately,
X.Y.Z.

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