Studying Tips For Medical Studies Study Hints For Medical Students

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www.chevaliergroup.info Study Hints and Tips for Medical Students

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www.chevaliergroup.info Every medical student has their own study strategy when it comes to organizing the volume of study material per hour and per day.

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www.chevaliergroup.info The material presented in medical school is much more difficult than many challenging undergraduate courses because it requires active learning.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Active learning involves making decisions about the material such as “what is most important?” and “where does it fit into the bigger picture?” Passive learning, on the other hand, involves reading pages of text or going over notes in hopes of absorbing the information faster.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Changing one’s study habits is not easy; however, the most fundamental principle of efficient studying in medical school is active learning.

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www.chevaliergroup.info There are four active processes of studying They can be used in any active study pattern and include the following: The first step involves answering the eternal question “what is most important here?”

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www.chevaliergroup.info Organizing the information – the second step involves creating a framework that facilitates memorization. Memorizing the information – the third step involves frequent review of the information in order for it to become absorbed by the brain.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Applying the information to more complex situations – the last step involves answering quiz questions, practice questions, clinical applications, and more. Every student will start to develop their own “high volume” study method sooner or later. The majority of medical students benefit from a starting strategy which entails five basic steps.

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www.chevaliergroup.info The Basic Steps of Your Starting Strategy

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www.chevaliergroup.info Finding the bigger picture by skimming the material before class. It is important to be able to identify four or five major topics.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Creating a rough draft of the material based on the lecturer’s slides. Notes can help emphasize the context in the textbook.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Creating lists or diagrams that help organize the needed material. This approach can help emphasize patterns that facilitate memorization.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Actively memorizing the material through lists and diagrams. It is important to be able to incorporate the information quickly and efficiently.

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www.chevaliergroup.info Practicing applying the material through practice or quiz questions during the study process.

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