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How to study Renal Physiology AND do well in the exams.. Use materials in lectures to complement those in syllabus – Syllabus: detailed outlines with all important takehome messages (bolded), figures
– Lectures: detailed explanations of concepts/figures After finish studying a topic, go through the ‘Behavioral Objectives’ at the beginning of that particular topic (or “Study Guides” on D2L) to make sure that you know/understand everything that you are supposed to, i.e. know the basic knowledge and be able to apply the knowledge. Read text Make sure that you REALLY understand the concepts and know how to apply them
– Work through practice problems (see next slide)
– Attend Renal Problem Solving session on 10/14/11 Ask questions! Practice Questions
Practice Questions 10 Renal Review Questions in the syllabus The last section of the renal syllabus Answers will be posted on D2L 20 Practice Renal Exams (multiple choice) on D2L Simulated ‘real’ exams: timed, 2 min per question, similar difficulty
Scores and correct choices provided after submission of exams
No explanation provided
Can repeat after relearning concepts Should be taken AFTER you have studied the whole renal section Will be available after 10/12/11 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course CPSY 1112 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.
- Fall '11