"Many students think that being a good student means just showing up for classes, taking notes, reading textbooks, and studying right before the tests. However, learning, like many other activities, involves a complex set of skills that require practice!"
Effective Note Taking from KUMC's Student Counseling and Educational Support Services
Taking Lecture and Class Notes from Dartmouth College's Academic Skills Center
Note Taking Techniques from Academictips.org Tips and Strategies
Note Taking Systems from Cal Poly's Academic Skills Center
Note Taking Tips from Cal Poly's Academic Skills Center
Memory Techniques - KU Academic Achievement and Access Center
Memorization Techniques - University of Utah School of Medicine
"I once came up with a metaphor I thought perfectly captured the sheer mass of material my classmates and I were expected to memorize in our first two years of medical school: it was like being asked to enter a grocery store and memorize the names of every product in the store, their number and location, every ingredient in every product in the order in which they appear on the food label, and then to do the same thing in every grocery store in the city." - SHCS
Time Management Skills from KU School of Medicine Office of Student Affairs
Time Management Guidelines from KU Medical Center's Student Counseling and Education Support Services
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"Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable"
- George S. Patton
"Study hard, for the well is deep, and our brains are shallow"
- Richard Baxter
"Good thought can be imbibed by reading and studying good books and by contemplating on them"
- Yajur Veda
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