If you are looking for a way to study for classes in college and medical school, this post is for you.
- Start off with a study schedule.
- This allows you to stay on top of all of your classes.
- Be sure to include realistic break of about 15 minutes.
- Once that is set write or type your notes during the lecture. Once the lecture is over, write/type the notes in a question format.
- The answers are in short responses. This forces you to know the information in details. You won’t be able to rely on the multiple choice answers.
- I like this method, because it is similar to flashcards, but holds more details.
- Answer questions based on that topic. Review your wrong answers and find out why you answered them wrong.
- Study groups are usually good.
- Keep it between 2–4 people, and they will bring new information to the group. Whenever you have a question, someone will most likely have the answer. This group may have practice questions or mnemonics to help you retain the information. May I ask which class you are studying for? I have a blog that has details of studying for different classes and the books I used, while in college.
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