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Prepare tax advisor examination extremely efficiently

A survey by learning coach Hubertus Busse of those preparing for the tax advisor examination quickly revealed the cause of the problems.

Hardly anyone knows the cause of learning stress, a lack of motivation and concentration, of fading away and burnout.

Even tutoring is of little use here, because it rarely teaches a comprehension method, i.e. does not contain any learning technique, but only contains pure preliminaries of the material in the face-to-face seminar. This is NOT a learning technique.

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It's so simple: the use of Köbler, Legal Dictionary and Gabler, Economic Lexicon is almost entirely unknown.

As in school, the students tried to NOTE the material, that is, to memorize it stupidly. Many even tried to memorize the solution instead of understanding it.

As terribly off the mark, it is a fact.

The learning coach Hubertus Busse calls this "the last resort of nonsense".

These tax advisor exam candidates had no clue WHY the solution went like this, no deeper understanding of how to do it.

No one had ever taught them how to UNDERSTAND the material, yes they did did not even know how comprehension technology even went.

For more than 30 years, learning coach Hubertus Busse has been coaching such learning methods for schoolchildren and students of all subjects and states that the interviewed preparers have actually never heard of an "understanding technique"! They often even said very confidently: "I understand everything".

To the simple question. “What is a fact?” The learning coach only saw empty eyes and heard “Uh”.
In response to the question from what exactly the word "factual" means, there was only embarrassed stammering with empty eyes.

The fact that they had to "decipher" every technical language in their thoughts in order to then encode their thoughts in the exam again into the technical language of the exam was completely unknown to them and a complete mystery.

Those who were preparing for the tax advisor exam actually tried to understand a tax law script in their normal everyday language.

It only dawned on you very slowly that the tax laws consist of many different FACH languages ​​(also called technical jargon or nomenclature), which must first be understood with a legal dictionary PASSIVE.

Without a dictionary, it is almost incomprehensible technical jargon. Very few knew what the definition of paragraph is.

With their not really understood scripts, they did not give themselves a chance from the start to be able to ACTIVELY write the learning material read in the exam or to speak ACTIVE orally.

Very few people even knew the difference between PASSIVE and ACTIVE vocabulary. So they just built up a PASSIVE vocabulary by reading their books / scripts and listening to the lecture and trying to "remember" everything.

In preparation, the most important half of the foreign technical languages, namely actively writing and speaking the language, were missing. Understanding is one side, while actively speaking and writing is the more important half.

Did you know that a maximum of 10 - 12% of what is passively read and heard sticks, something that science emphasizes again and again?

So they fail in the exam; because you have to actively WRITE. However, they often only had normal ACTIVE vocabulary in everyday language, so they inevitably had to fail.

Their ACTIVE vocabulary in the various tax languages ​​was hardly available, they had only learned passive vocabulary through reading and listening. Most have been doing this for generations.

Accordingly, only around 25% pass the tax advisor examination. Sure, everyone knows that the material is "heavy". Almost everyone believes that too.

Tax laws only consist of words that mean something, as in any other subject.

And if you decipher these technical languages ​​with dictionaries, they become just as fascinating and motivating as any other subject, because understanding makes you "horny for knowledge", as the participants from learning coach Hubertus Busse call it.

If you now know how to use words and symbols, you can learn ANY subject and become a professional in it. Then there is no longer a problem. But there is NO excuse not to do it either.

A person preparing for the tax advisor examination remarked dryly after talking to learning coach Hubertus Busse, "I am trying to jump over Beijing with the fall chim and then automatically speak fluent Chinese. Completely logical." He laughed himself half-dead at his earlier "naive learning method" of "memorizing" the material (memorization).

And immediately went to research the dictionaries on the Internet.

He immediately made an appointment for the free trial lesson on Skype with learning coach Hubertus Busse. He quickly understood where his mistake lay: Wanting to learn all technical languages ​​without a dictionary (outdated: lexicon).

"What nonsense," he remarked as he pulled away, shaking his head. His "analytical thinking skills, creative and systematic approach to complex problems and exact working methods", how can that work if he only understands "train station".

He changed his mind and became one of the top five in his field of study, says learning coach Hubertus Busse.

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