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Basic Study Strategies for First Year Medical Students

Posted by medliorator on November 7, 2009


1. Find some peace and quiet. Studies have shown that just 20 minutes of highly focused, quiet time can help you learn and remember more than hours of working with distractions and while multi-tasking. So, to get the most out of your study time retreat to a place where you won’t be bothered by loud music or talking and can just focus in on your work.

2. Get organized. If your papers and materials are all over, you’ll spend just as much time looking for what you need as actually reading through and absorbing material which doesn’t make for a very productive use of your time.

7. Write it down. For most people, writing things down helps big time when it comes time to recall things on a test or even just during study time.

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