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Destroyer

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by DrRoyal Pains, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. DrRoyal Pains

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    How do you guys use destroyer? After going through some problems, do you make note of which questions you got wrong and write them down on a notecard? Or do you just keep trucking through the questions and hope to remember the question you got wrong and why it was wrong, in addition to understanding why a certain answer is correct?
     
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  3. jonishere5

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    here's what I did: I use the eight week study program by dental works. I made flashcards of every question I got wrong, and divided them up into three stacks biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry. Each day I reviewed a stack of flashcards. Now that I'm going through the second time I get about 90% of the questions correct.
     
  4. DrRoyal Pains

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    Alright, thanks dude.
     
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    I suggest only destroyer ochem. The other sections is just overkill. Use Chad's video.
     
  6. DrRoyal Pains

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    Thats pretty much the purpose of Destroyer, though. Thats why its such a great resource.
     
  7. nondescriptive

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    But I know I'm not that smart and can hold so much info. Whats the point of overkill if its not going to be on the test? For example, ICE chart using quadratic equation? Whats the point of that. Definitely will not be on the test.

    Time would be better spent on Chad's video and I also use the ACS last year and remembered some of that.
     
  8. crax

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    i wrote down everything i came across in an old notebook. put "?"s in front of topics i had no clue, and then went back and reread the notebook of all the info! Would also elab on the notes with supplemental info.
     

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