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A Resource for Studying the Sciences What makes science so different? You will encounter many facts and specific details . To understand these you must have an overall understanding of the information. The information is dense . Pay attention to headings and subheadings to help you organize the information. Reading often necessitates more than one reading. Information comes in relational patterns . Be sure to have a grasp of the previous information presented or the foundations of science so that you can comprehend current information. There is a lot of terminology . These terms are biologically specific and so bring flash cards to class. Every time you hear a word you don’t understand or a concept that is new to you write it down and study it later. There are numerous diagrams, figures, and charts . Learn these! These are just as important as the text and so don’t skip over them. It is not enough to just comprehend the material
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Connell during the Spring '08 term at Western Washington.

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