ぼくたちは勉強ができない 1 [Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai 1]

ぼくたちは勉強ができない 1 [Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai 1]

大学推薦を狙う、高校3年生の唯我成幸はなぜか天才美少女の文乃と理珠の教育係を任される。完全無欠に見えた二人だが実は意外な悩みを抱えていて...!?...

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Title:ぼくたちは勉強ができない 1 [Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai 1]
Author:Taishi Tsutsui
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Edition Language:Japanese

ぼくたちは勉強ができない 1 [Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai 1] Reviews

  • Hailey (abookafterbook)

  • Steven Ritch

    So much fun!

    A Harem manga unlike other Harem manga. The protag actual wants to help these girls succeed, and since his future depends on that, romance is the furthest thing from his mind. The artwork was enjoyable and the story was a refreshing take on similar stories. I thoroughly enjoyed this, cant wait for book 2!

  • David

    This is a manga where a hard working young man who I believe is the protagonist has been working very hard although he does not have the natural talents and abilities of others to try and overcome hardship. Along the way there are interesting characters, female nudity, and some incidental comedy.

    Nariyuki Yuiga is a poor boy who is trying to get a scholarship by being an exceptional student. The school administrator makes a deal with him; if he can get two of the school's natural geniuses into th

    This is a manga where a hard working young man who I believe is the protagonist has been working very hard although he does not have the natural talents and abilities of others to try and overcome hardship. Along the way there are interesting characters, female nudity, and some incidental comedy.

    Nariyuki Yuiga is a poor boy who is trying to get a scholarship by being an exceptional student. The school administrator makes a deal with him; if he can get two of the school's natural geniuses into their school of choice, he gets the scholarship. The problem of course is that these geniuses are girls he likes, and they want to go to schools that specialize not in the subjects they excel in, but subjects they do poorly in.

  • Mari LovesBooks

    Je suis plutôt adepte de Shojo pourtant en lisant le résumé de celui-ci il m'a tout de suite tentée !

    Je n'ai pas l'habitude de laisser des commentaires sur mes lectures mangas du coup j'espère y arriver correctement --"

    Donc nous suivons Nariyuki, élève en terminal qui souhaite obtenir une bourse pour pouvoir aller à l'université. Mais il fait face à un gros problème... ou plutôt à deux ! Ces problèmes prennent la forme de deux élèves de terminale également, Rizu et Fumino, qui sont brillantes d

    Je suis plutôt adepte de Shojo pourtant en lisant le résumé de celui-ci il m'a tout de suite tentée !

    Je n'ai pas l'habitude de laisser des commentaires sur mes lectures mangas du coup j'espère y arriver correctement --"

    Donc nous suivons Nariyuki, élève en terminal qui souhaite obtenir une bourse pour pouvoir aller à l'université. Mais il fait face à un gros problème... ou plutôt à deux ! Ces problèmes prennent la forme de deux élèves de terminale également, Rizu et Fumino, qui sont brillantes deux domaines complètement différents : l'une en mathématique, l'autre en littérature.

    Sauf que... Fumino, douée en littérature, veut l'être en mathématique et Rizu, douée en mathématique, veut l'être en littérature !

    Le directeur de l'établissement propose un accord à Nariyuki: s'il arrive à faire briller Fumino et Rizu dans les matières qu'elles souhaitent, il aura droit à une recommandation "spéciale VIP" lui permettant d'accéder à une bourse !

    J'ai bien accroché avec le personnage principal, Nariyuki. Il se bat pour obtenir ce qu'il veut ! Et puis son histoire personnel fait que l'on s'attache à lui.

    En revanche s'agissant de Fumino et Rizu j'ai eu un peu plus de mal au début ! Et puis ma préférence est allée vers Fumino, même si elle se montre un peu trop frivole par moments. J'ai beaucoup aimer découvrir ses motivations personnelles à réussir en mathématique...

    Rizu reste pas mal stoïque donc il est plus difficile de s'attacher à elle puisqu'on a du mal à la cerner.

    Takemoto est un personnage féminin (qui aura également besoin de l'aide de Nariyuki à la demande du directeur) qui arrive un peu plus tard dans l'histoire. Elle est plutôt amusante à suivre, elle apporte un peu plus de dynamique au groupe de soutien !

    Lire ce 1er tome m'a permise de changer de genre et d'en découvrir un nouveau, et j'ai vraiment été agréablement surprise.

    C'est une histoire et sympathique agréable à lire. Je pense continuer la série !

    Je remercie Babelio et les éditions Kazé pour l'envoi de ce manga dans le cadre de l'opération Masse Critique !

  • Jessica

    J'ai bien aimé ce manga jusqu'à l'introduction du troisième personnage féminin que j'ai pour ma part trouvé hasardeuse et qui a cassé le rythme du tome... À voir la suite.

  • Chris

    I received my copy from the publisher through Edelweiss+.

    Unfortunate brainy boy Nariyuki Yuiga agrees to tutor two of his hot girl classmates who are geniuses in exchange for a scholarship to a prestigious school. They're far from geniuses in the subjects in which Yuiga tutors them, but the author wants you to know they're cute. You get nudes to prove it because manga is both a visual and story-driven art form. Anyway, Yuiga is a sweet softboy and helps them earnestly by making them (and his oth

    I received my copy from the publisher through Edelweiss+.

    Unfortunate brainy boy Nariyuki Yuiga agrees to tutor two of his hot girl classmates who are geniuses in exchange for a scholarship to a prestigious school. They're far from geniuses in the subjects in which Yuiga tutors them, but the author wants you to know they're cute. You get nudes to prove it because manga is both a visual and story-driven art form. Anyway, Yuiga is a sweet softboy and helps them earnestly by making them (and his other friends he looks out for) customized study guides. They meet his family and learn how sweet he is because it's never obvious to the oblivious.

    Then another hot but dumb jock girl comes along and the principal wants Yuiga to tutor her, too. Despite the school's elite status, there's a shortage of qualified tutors in the area, you see. She hates studying though, so it's a challenge this time. She just wants to swim. But she likes Yuiga, so she sometimes wants to "study."

    This is cute. It's also perfect for people who like this kind of thing.

  • Jenny

    Okay, this is a weird one for me. I have to say, right here and now, if you are looking for an original rom com, this is not for you. The characters are pretty generic, the interactions are what one would expect in a series like this, and the artwork is simple. There is the typical "science/math girl who has trouble understanding feelings" and the "proper young lady, known for her beauty, who happens to say unintentionally harsh things", and everyone's favorite, the "energetic, athletic childhoo

    Okay, this is a weird one for me. I have to say, right here and now, if you are looking for an original rom com, this is not for you. The characters are pretty generic, the interactions are what one would expect in a series like this, and the artwork is simple. There is the typical "science/math girl who has trouble understanding feelings" and the "proper young lady, known for her beauty, who happens to say unintentionally harsh things", and everyone's favorite, the "energetic, athletic childhood friend who has a crush on the main character". Even if one wants to argue that these characteristics aren't necessarily always together, the basic aspects of each girl's personality is seen in practically every shounen series without anything original added in. The main character, Yuiga, is the stereotypical "busy high school student with no time for romance yet thrust into a harem situation" but honestly his character is more flushed out than the others (more on that later). And yet, with all of these complaints...I actually really enjoyed it. And, more than anything, felt like I NEEDED it right now. Let me explain:

    Recently, it feels like shows/movies/books/anime with grittier/darker/edgier themes have been occupying peoples' minds, with some notable exceptions. While there is nothing wrong with wanting to read something like that (I happen to have a few series that fit at least one, if not all, of those descriptions) there comes a time when I need a break from it. The problem is, finding good lighthearted series that I am willing to spend money on are hard to find. Most of these series either have annoying characters, too much fanservice, or boring beyond belief. I don't usually read/purchase them for these reasons, but that doesn't mean I don't seek them out. That's why I was genuinely glad that I latched on to We Never Learn, because I was desperately searching for a new lighthearted rom com to read. Make no mistake, despite how much I enjoyed reading it, I can't in good conscience give more than three stars for the aforementioned reasons. However, Yuiga's desire to help his impoverished family was refreshing, the art style was simple but pleasing to the eye, and the way the mangaka consistently added doodles of the characters' speaking in their speech bubbles was adorable and enjoyable to see.

    I can easily see why others wouldn't want to continue with this series after the first volume. It doesn't have a terribly original idea, the scenarios that occur are predictable, and the characters are not that interesting. However, I had fun reading it, and look forward to continuing with the series. I look forward to what volume 2 has to offer!

  • Evelyn

    It’s your typical harem manga for boys. Insert one mostly normal dude with a generic look and put him in a situation with a couple pretty/hot/fetish appealing girls.

    Overall, there were some decent laughs, but it’s mostly him getting caught in situations where the girls either get the wrong idea or get all blushy.

    I would’ve given it two stars but it earned points for having some decent study tips. Worth a look if this stuff is your cup of tea.

  • Teeny

    It was all right. Enough to get me interested in another volume.

    Swimmer chick is annoying though.

  • Marjo

    Not my thing, but I guess it does what it needs to do. The target audience will probably enjoy it.

    (This book was part of the February Manga Spice Cafe subscription box.)

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