I dont always read the book word for word Usually I will read the book if I am

I dont always read the book word for word usually i

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material as it is taught and at the end of a unit, I study it collectively. I don’t always read the book word for word. Usually, I will read the book if I am stuck on a topic or concept, otherwise I like to look at the pictures of the book and the notes attached to them. For instance, I find that looking at the pictures is most helpful for concepts like mitosis and meiosis. For vocabulary words, processes, and formulas, I use flashcards. Using flashcards worked for me when taking previous biology classes. When exams come, I am most definitely nervous. This is mostly due to the fact that I second guess my answers because I am aware of my poor memory. When taking a test, I try to answer the easy questions in the order that they appear and then I go back into the
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harder ones to see if any previous questions could jog my memory to help me answer them. I try not to rush and I usually follow my first instinct if I am unsure about an answer. One thing I am great at is being a leader. My father was in the military so he always taught me to be a leader and not a follower, to make my own independent decisions and to listen and guide those who I am leading. I went to a leadership program in Reno, NV that taught me even more about how to become a successful leader, and I am the senior patrol leader in one of the pilot girl troops in the Boy Scouts of America. Essentially, I am in charge of a whole troop and I lead them to get to their Eagle rank. Thus, I have had many opportunities to teach me how to successfully become a great leader. The thing that I like most about science is how it can be explained and how it explains everything in the physical world. I think of science as an explanation for an explanation. Thus, you can help people and understand what they need by understanding the science behind medicine and cells. The obstacles that I faced getting into this class was enrolling early enough to get a seat. When I come across an issue or failure, I usually try to learn from my mistake. I try to change my way of doing things to prevent it from happening again. If that doesn’t work, then I seek advice from my parents and professors. My number is +17028215266. My email is [email protected]
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