tmifan
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Do you just learn lecture notes, or do you make your own notes using a combination of lecture notes and books from reading lists?
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Do you just learn lecture notes, or do you make your own notes using a combination of lecture notes and books from reading lists?
Depends on the lecturer. For Biology at my uni, I have heard of some units requiring extra reading.

I have also seen PowerPoint slides from bio lectures and sometimes they are just a diagram, and the lecturer speaks about it.
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For my Biology module during 2nd year, I just used the lecture slides, as our syllabus did not require extracurricular reading.

I edited the lectures slides (condense them to shorter notes), copy and pasted them onto word documents then I would go over that to memorise it.

Got a 2:1 during 2nd year, so it worked for me. But different methods are more optimal for different people.
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