Originally Posted by scb44f
No kidding. It should be a good time.
I have been dedicating some time to every subject each day, except for histology today, because it would have been a waste of time for what we talked about.
I don't like taking notes on the computer, and I find printing notes a waste of paper because I like to make my own study guides anyway, so I just go through any side-notes I make in my spiral notebook fragments (leftover from classes in undergrad... so an investment I made years ago lol) with the powerpoints/pdfs/whatever and OneNote pulled up. I feel like I've retained a lot more than usual, but we'll see when tests roll around.
As for physiology being a big mix of things, that's basically what it is so I haven't been too surprised, other than I remember a lot more about neurophys than I thought I did (probably because my undergrad physiology professor was
at teaching and I had to spend a lot of time on my own to really understand wtf was going on).
I passed out for histology today. Which was a joke. I could tell that from my sleep.
I've been taking notes on the powerpoint slides (the note view) and then go back through all of them and make a study guide every night after class. I like this method so far. Everyone around me is printing notes, which I don't think I'll have the cash for. I can condense a single lecture into one page in word... so why not?