Effective Studying

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  1. Awuah29

    Awuah29 Christian predent
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    Heh guys,
    how do you break down your studying?
    Is it efficient to study one day math alone then chemistry alone, other day only organic ... what works best for you guys? studying one subeject on daily basis?
     
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  3. jedistar78

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    I've been trying to figure out a good study schedule as well. I've only got about a month and a half left for studying. What I've done so far is to read the whole Kaplan book, then go over problems, and take a practice test every two weeks or so. I've tried to cover a different subject a day, but for some reason, this has confused and frazzled me a bit... I'm now covering a subject a week, making sure I understand everything inside and out. After that, I move on to the next subject and start the whole cycle over again.

    It's seriously a lot of stuff. I think I'm now working on doing more practice problems. (just ordered destroyer) I don't know if any of this helped...but...I hope so. I'm panicking cuz the test is just around the corner...
    :scared:

    Good luck and share any tips!!:oops:
     
  4. Law0830

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    The best method of studying is too go about studying the way you have always studied throughout college. However, i do feel that once youve mastered the subjects you should be doing a medley of all the topics so you can get used to doing different subjects in one time as seen on the DAT.
     

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