January 14, 2020Part 1:Reflective Practice:Think about a negative incident that happened in your life. It could be failing a course, losing a game, having a fight, etc.What happened?I received a bad grade in my anatomy class last term because I did poorly on the final exam. I went into the exam with almost an A+ and came out with a B. Why did it happen?This happened because I didn’t keep up with the material and review after the midterms. I could not cram in the material a few days before the final exam. I also didn’t go to office hours to get help on the concepts that didn’t make sense to me.How did I feel about it?I felt defeated, burnt out, and anxious before going into the exam which probably didn’t help my outcome. After the exam, when my final grade came out, I felt disappointed and weak because I felt like I self-sabotaged myself.What did I learn from it?I learned that I needed to always remember my end goals to understand why I was studying. I need to not lose focus and review my notes every day after class. I need to also write in my agenda and create a study plan so I can space out my study time to not feel procrastinated. In addition, I learned that for this class I can’t just read through the notes, instead write cue cards, draw diagrams, and recite every day.