HowToStudyScience - How To Study Science Introduction to...

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How To Study Science Introduction to Biology Labs We Learn 1% through taste 1.5% through touch 3.5% through smell 11% through hearing 83% through sight We remember 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 50% of what we see and hear 80% of what we do 90% of what we say and do For Lecture: Skim associated readings in textbook before lecture meets or at the very least check syllabus to see topic for the day Take complete notes, as much as you can write / draw. Use abbreviations and symbols, like CHO means carbohydrate, RXN means reaction, upward pointing arrow means increase, downward arrow means decrease, triangle means change. Note figure numbers that relate to the text. Don’t just write what the prof puts on the overhead. Don’t just depend on printed ppts. Listen to audio of lecture as a backup while you are driving or on bus, but do not relisten as your main study tool. After class copy the notes over within 48 hours. Fill in blank spots where you fell asleep with material from audio, textbook or another student’s notes. Before a test … STUDY ! You cannot pass a science course without it! make your studying active not
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