How to Study Science / Edition 2by Frederick W. Drewes
Pub. Date: 08/28/1996
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This guide can be used in several ways. Individual students may use this book to enhance their study skills, or
This inexpensive supplement is especially valuable for students who are uneasy about learning science. It can help them get the most out of their science course by giving them suggestions on note-taking, managing study time, taking tests, and more.
This guide can be used in several ways. Individual students may use this book to enhance their study skills, or instructors may use it as a test or supplement for orientation classes, college seminars, or science courses.
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Table of Contents1 The Study of Science2 Science Classes and Instructors3 Bridging the Learning Pyramid4 The First Week and the "Two D's"5 Listening and Taking Notes6 Time Management7 Study Sessions8 Use of Textbooks9 Terms, Symbols, and Figures10 Analyzing Figures11 Practice Understanding Figures12 Assignments and Reports13 Answering Essay and Math-Based Problems14 Tests15 Analyzing Results of Tests and Assignments Appendix A Mnemonics Appendix B Exercise Resource
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