Basic Learning Tools for CH369

Basic Learning Tools for CH369

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Unformatted text preview: with this simple technique! • Another good way to prepare for an exam is to draw pictures or illustrations of concepts. No matter how clear the figure in your book or on the lecture slide – you 2 will remember it MUCH better if you draw it yourself. The more active you are in the learning process – thinking, writing, speaking – the more solid will be your understanding and the more ready your recall. Taking Exams Students often perform on exams below their level of understanding, because of using poor techniques in taking the exam itself. Here are some simple rules to follow. • Get to the exam room early so that you have time to take a couple of deep breaths before you start. This is a good time to remind yourself of how thoroughly you studied and that you are well prepared. If you...
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This document was uploaded on 03/02/2014 for the course CH 52220 at University of Texas at Austin.

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