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Posted 10/18/14
If you're still in school, or when you were in it, when you had a test/quiz, how did you study?


I've been spending hours a day on a certain language (take a wild freakin' guess) and a few days ago I mixed up an L and an R a few times talking to people.

An American spoke Engrish. Pretty clazy. I mean crazy.

I may need to take a break lol
Posted 10/18/14
gasp! dyslexic
Posted 10/18/14
If it's for school/university... Bare minimum. Enough to get a D- but nothing more.

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But if it's something that I'm interested in learning of my own volition, i can study 24/7.

That's why people often mistake me for a lazy/bad student... but I'm not. I just can't do something i'm not inspired by...

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Posted 10/18/14
At school, I studied for the bare minimum, but did pretty well At uni, I've become a study nerd... But I'm more motivated, because it's stuff that interests me!
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Posted 10/18/14
Unless its a hard class, I tend to pretend that there is no test and the teacher just asked me to write some stuff down on a paper.
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Posted 10/19/14
Every Day, all Day. Medical School is insane.
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Posted 10/19/14
Usually way too much. I'm trying to get better in grad school compared to undergrad, but I'm not sure how well it's working.
Posted 10/19/14 , edited 10/19/14
For someone so organised in all other aspects of my life, I'm awful when it comes to studying, aside from the specific required research for assignments, such as statistics or extra credit for work not covered in class, I've never really done any revision per se, or at least prior to an exam.

I suppose it's mostly because I never really needed to because I have a good memory (aside from for appointments or social commitments) and I've always had a keen interest in the sciences (I'm currently studying Medical Science), so outside of school and college I found myself researching out of interest rather than specifically for the work, and anything else I could recall from what had been covered in class without going back over it.
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Posted 10/19/14
In highschool i never studied, now in college is do have to study sometimes but im still pretty lazy so only when i really really have to.
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Posted 10/20/14
In high school, I only had to cram in a few minutes of looking over notes before the test to get good grades :P
Studying is boooooring xD
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Posted 10/20/14
I usually read my studyguide over and over again until I have memorized it.
Posted 10/20/14 , edited 10/20/14
I read my notes that I took during class and memorize it.

Sometimes, I'll read my textbooks but I only read the stuff that I need to know for that test/quiz and try to memorize that as well.

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Posted 10/20/14
I wasn't sure on how to answer this...?
I mean, I study but not excessively.
I can retain a lot of the info from my classes, and what the teacher says..
However! THIS semester I did need to look through the book more often but not frequently like that lol
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Posted 10/20/14
It never feels excessive. Typically, studying for me means completing the homework assignment of the week in every class. I do some occasional studying in my own time (e.g., I usually have an academic series I watch and get through about one per semester, give or take), but that's about it.
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Posted 10/23/14
I don't really study but I still ace the test or quiz
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