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Studying for the Sciences "Prescription for Success" © Academic Skills Center, Dartmouth College 2001 Knowing how to approach the material is the first step in succeeding in a science course at Dartmouth.  The amount of material covered, and the speed at which it is covered,  may seem overwhelming; but if you follow these guidelines, your stress level will  decline as your success increases.  There are three elements to succeeding in a science  course: Lecture, Time Management, and Test Preparation. I. Lecture A. Attend every lecture. 1. Everything you need to know will be covered in the lectures. 2. Go to lectures alert and awake. 3. Write down  everything  you can.  Anything is fair game on the exam. 4. If you miss a lecture, get notes from at least 2 people. B. Prepare for lectures.
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  • Spring '16
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  • ©Academic Skills Center, B. Set deadlines, Set new deadlines., III. Test Preparation

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