This topic may seem silly to some, but it is very important in my opinion. Studying truly is a skill that one has to master to do well in school. As such I'd like the upperclassmen or allopathic students among us to give their advice on how they have done well. Everyone is different and sometimes people use different approaches. I would like to compile some great ideas for how to study so this can be a quality reference point for students who are not yet skilled in studying. Among us are some of the best students in the country, so you must have great study skills. This is a thread to discuss: 1) How you study 2) How often you study 3) Specific techniques and pointers for testing well Additionally let's discuss how to study for particular subjects: 1) Biology 2) Gen Chem 3) Physics 4) Math 5) Organic Anyone with advice on a particular topic or all topics is welcomed and encouraged to post. Thanks again to the community for participating! Also let me remind everyone that all of the old threads can be found in the Pre-Allo Information Thread. Pre-Allopathic FAQ Series: -Pre-Allo FAQ Series:What is more important GPA or MCAT? -Pre-Allo FAQ Series: Does it matter what university you graduate from? -Pre-Allo FAQ Series: How many schools should I apply too? -Pre-Allo FAQ Series: How Do I Write My Personal Statement? -Pre-Allo FAQ Series: Are EC's really required, and if so which ones? -Pre-Allo FAQ Series: What's most important in where to apply?