Ugh midterms next week

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  1. Psycho Doctor

    Psycho Doctor *** Angel 5+ Year Member

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    I'm calling them midterms since it's the first major exam in one class, the second in another and we have midsemester evaluations too. How do you study for them? I know I'm not prepared. :scared: Not to sound like i'm overreacting but i am realy worried.
     
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    Does your school provide you with old exams to study from?
     
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    You read ur syllabus, and read ur books. and don't stop until u understand all the material and know all the terms u encounter in the course, lol.
     
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    oh yeah, and surf the net to take a look at sample tests from other med schools in ur subject. You'll prolly encounter stuff u didn't learn before, but it'll also give u a different idea of stuff that can be stressed. Just don't study other tests as if that's how ur test is gonna be.
     
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    it depends if your school tests in a manner similar to the shelf exams. If so, the study aids at any Barnes & Noble or other major chain bookstore will work. If you get the USMLE study guides, those work pretty well too. I like the BRS in Gross Anatomy and Lippencotts for Biochem.

    :luck:
     

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