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BIO 235 & 236 - Anatomy & Physiology I and II Study Tips

Learning Strategies

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General Study Tips

What other things can you do to improve your learning situation? Think about the following tips and how you can incorporate them into your study habits.

  • Find a space that can be your dedicated study space - a place free from distractions. It may be the kitchen table or a spot in the Library - whatever works best for you. 
  • While studying, put your phone on silent and out of reach. Notifications and text messages are distractors and break concentration and focus.
  • Gather the tools you need including books, writing materials or computer, and lab kit with you or available in your designated study space. 
  • Switch up your study techniques. Use a variety of tools including flashcards, drawings, etc. Different tools makes what you study more effectively and keep you from zoning out.
  • Many scientific and medical terms come from Greek and Latin. Take time to learn the prefix, root, and suffix so that you can break down terms to make them easier to understand and memorize.