Unformatted text preview: catch up will actually take longer than attending class and doing your work. 7. Take good notes. Rewrite them after class, identifying important information. Review your notes between classes, and on a daily basis. Then when it is time for the test, you are reviewing rather than relearning. 8. Many terms are Latin or Greek. Learn the root origins of words, and these terms will make more sense. 9. Do the questions or review at the end of the chapter for practice. 10. Explain the material to someone else or pretend you are teaching the material to yourself. 11. Go to all review sessions or SI sessions. 12. Create a study group or study with a friend. Quiz each other. 13. Take questions you have to the professor during office hours. 14. Review old tests and create sample test to practice from. 15. Get a tutor if necessary. Educational Services for Students (ESS) * 470 Sears * 216-368-5230 * ess.case.edu SuccESS Strategies...
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- Spring '08
- Microeconomics, SI Leader Tips, Plan appropriate study