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Undergrad Blues

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ROCKet_gurly, Mar 17, 2002.

  1. ROCKet_gurly

    ROCKet_gurly Member
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    This might be a long rant so feel free to skip on by BUT...
    This is my Freshmen year and I'm feeling really stupid. I LOVE my classes and I think I prepare well for exams and then I get my test back and I'm earning C's and D's when I know I'm capable of more. Where are my A's??? I think I've learned everything and have a good grasp of it all and then blah! This goes for every class. Sci and non-sci (except for Geography, I'm doing fine in there it's easy). I know I'm a visual learner. Any tips for a dummy like me ? Thanks
     
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  3. megkudos

    megkudos Senior Member
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    Check out the resources at your school to help you learn how address the problem. I think it's totally dependent on the person so it's hard to give you advice. At my school, for instance, there is a learning resource enter where you can make an appointment to talk to people about stuff like that. Do it now and don't wait. Good luck to you.
     
  4. Doctora Foxy

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    Try going to office hours and finding out what your professors want exactly . And try to learn to apply what you study to other problems, instead of just memorizing the material.

    ~~Dra. Foxy
     

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