Starting Med. How to revise/study at uni??? Watch
I think you can use the same techniques my cousin is doing her second year in med and she said that her first year was pretty chill, she used the same revision techniques as she did in A-level she made notes, I think she had like a full binder of notes, she made, I think it's the same principle of revision, they may teach you new ways of revising I'm not sure really ahaha.
Personally I just wrote out notes summarising EVERY piece of information the medical school directly gave us - lectures, seminars, anatomy sessions. And literally nothing else. I barely cracked a textbook except for anatomy.
It is different from A-levels, but every Uni examines differently.
Is revising at uni different than for Alevels. What’s the best for Med because it’s a lot so is writing out notes best or just reading or anything else..?
However, everyone learns differently. If you found a method than worked well for you, helped you to both retain and understand information at A level, then you should continue with this at university. You will have your own strengths and weaknesses ad there is no 'one method fits all' approach.
Probably the best thing is not to fall behind and keep up to date with your learning so you don’t face the dreaded cram before exams!