Re-read notes, anything you don't understand, mark it. I'm a fast worker, and whenever anyone asks what my secret is, I always tell them it's getting into the office 20 minutes earlier than I'm supposed to. This is also how I also got through all my accounting classes. You just need to trick yourself into believing what you're looking at is interesting - even if it's math. Source; Shutter Stock dorky2: Keep your life relatively simple.
Pre-test: re-read notes, pay special attention to items you've marked, making sure you understand them. It sounds insignificant, but that 20 minutes makes my day so much better and easier. Source: Shutter Stock localmud: My biggest advice is five words: do it the hard way. I was and will also be the class clown who "amazed" people by how little I studied. Don't make a lot of commitments outside of work and school, and keep in mind that you are a student first and everything else second (obviously if you're a parent or have family depending on you, this can be tricky).
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Accounting degree that got me into a decent law school with a scholarship. Everyone is looking for a trick, a secret that will help them get what they want immediately. Just keep imaging pretend scenarios where the information could POTENTIALLY be (even comically) useful.
What I did differently: Get to class 10-15 minutes early everyday. Don't wait until two hours before the submission deadline. You've probably heard that a thousand times, but I'll say it again. One day, you'll just find yourself being interested in everything you force yourself to read.
College Magazine took some of the load off your shoulders (you guys have a lot of work ahead of you) and ranked the top universities for pre-med students.
Ninety percent of UNC’s students who apply to medical school get in…let that sink in for a second.
Well, Ask Reddit has come to the rescue with this thread asking for tips from straight A students on how to get on their level. Check out these 15 awesome secrets now: doglinsonbrooks: Multiple semesters in the 2.0 range and my final four between 3.5-4.0. Getting good grades can be very similar to losing weight. Source; Shutter Stock jeffcrawdaddy: Start off by pretending whatever your reading/studying is very interesting.
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Whenever we asked her for her secrets, she would shrug and say, “I just do the work. I read about study tips all the time all over the Internet – usually, they’re from older people who are out of school and haven’t done homework in years.
Wouldn’t it be more helpful to get tips from actual straight A students?