Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies for Medical Students: Find and Use Your Personal Learning Style by Deborah D. ShainStudy Skills and Test-Taking Strategies for Medical Students: Find and Use Your Personal Learning Style by Deborah D. Shain

Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies for Medical Students: Find and Use Your Personal Learning…

byDeborah D. Shain, Oklahoma Notes

Paperback | June 29, 1995

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Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies for Medical Students: Find and Use Your Personal Learning Style provides techniques that identify and apply the medical student's personal learning style to specific study skills and exam-taking strategies so that understanding, analysis, synthesis, and recall of information occur in a time-efficient manner. This volume in the Oklahoma Notes Series is written for talented medical students who were excellent scholars in undergraduate school but find themselves overwhelmed with the information explosion and time constraints of medical school.
Title:Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies for Medical Students: Find and Use Your Personal Learning…Format:PaperbackDimensions:218 pagesPublished:June 29, 1995Publisher:Springer New York

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ISBN - 10:038794396X

ISBN - 13:9780387943961

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Table of Contents

Contents: Identification of Learning Styles.- Time Management, Goal Setting, Memory.- Taking Notes.- Problem-Solving.- Preparing for Medical Licensing Examinations.- Stress Management for Exams.- Test-Taking, Discrimination Skills.- Organizing and Working in a Study Group

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