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Any exam and study tips for my multiple choice question for Anatomy & Physiology for nursing degree? Seems like so much to study!!
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You could try and make flash cards but in sections of different parts of your exam, focus purely and stuff you don't know. Skip the whole trying to revise stuff that is solidified. Try listening to it, then writing then rereading. When you've recognised it in different learning methods it starts to embed itself in memory. Most importantly, if there's a preferred revising method that has worked and you enjoy, just stick to it. It will be tough, but im sure you'll do great. Also practice exam questions on your area of study are so helpful because they include lots of information and cover necessary information for specific topics. Use online resources and past exam stuff. You'll ace it. Just dont overwork yourself, good luck!
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Thank you so much!!!
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Thank you so much!!!
Of course!!!
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