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Erin Gallagan

I am a big fan of flash cards. Writing the information on the cards, and then studying the cards was very beneficial! While you are writing, you are taking in the information. The flashcards are also easy to carry around with you, so you can study wherever, whenever.

Answered 3 years ago

Erin Gallagan
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Nicole Olivia Jackson

Read the chapter summary and write down any questions from there. Instructors usually use the summary for homework questions. As you read, you will have an idea what they expect from your lessons.

Highlight important key words and phrases from PowerPoint presentations. Do not try to memorize everything an instructor has on them. Depending on the instructor, they will split up the information and not expect you to know everything in a PowerPoint but from other classroom materials and things they say in a lecture.

Study in a quiet location and remove or turn off distractions. I usually find a study room in the library turn off my phone.

Answered 3 years ago

Nicole Olivia Jackson