Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs. (Henry Ford)
Many people would be at a loss if they were told that they need 6,000 English words for the college entrance exam. However, if we simply divide the number of words into three years, 6000 ÷ 3 ÷ 36 5 = roughly 6 words. In other words, you should learn 6 words every day. Considering that you may forget, "10 words every day".
I learned that much on the train to and from school when I was in high school.
In mathematics, if you divide 2,000 problems into two parts, there are two problems. Two problems every day" is not a big quota.
However, In reality, however, people make excuses such as "I'm tired from club activities," "I want to enjoy my hobby," or "My girlfriend asked me on a date. There is no way such a weak-willed person can pass the entrance exam for medical school at a former imperial or national university.
Those who want to avoid such efforts should
"Come to my house. We will help you pass the exam.
They fall for the sweet words of prep schools and cram schools that say, "Come to our school and we will help you pass. And then, they are swindled out of a lot of money. It's their own fault.