at my school we have alot of info available online aswell, most of the things teacher gives in lecture is on our ''school website''
our profs had scripts about 400-800 pages.
never attended any lectures. 1 week before exams i would read those scripts.
was easy for me, i have high IQ.
1. Read my notes/ the script
2. Try to solve exams from the last years (most are given from my uni, some you can buy from older students)
3. Read the parts of the script/notes that I struggle with
Repeat until I feel good about it
last years exams + info from those who took the class, use other students notes, slides and research on your own if you are not confident you can talk about something
i read the notes that someone else took right before the exam, so that everything is still fresh in my head
Assuming you aren't in the process of acquiring a useless degree there will be practice problems. Do them.
I read Wikipedia and other sites etc and the notes I've made. I do quizzes if there are any and if there are none I make quizzes myself and test my abilities.
i dont stop reading until i memorize everything.
Tbh I just do exams from past years if it's something practical, and then I memorize the theory I need to know for some exercises.
If it's something like law, just gotta memorize shit.
My notes are usually just exercices we do in class about certain parts of a unit, so I don't usually look them unless I need to know how to do something very specific.
Lol I got exam for Dynamics of Machines tomorrow its a huge subject with a heck lot of formulaes and heck lot of theory to back it up and I am wasting my time here on HLTV though that is my favourite subject and I m pretty good in it so I will pull it off somehow but cant say the same about Friday's I.C. Engines paper I am dead scared of that subject
read notes once and trust my photographic memory, ez
idk im in highschool here and i read stuff 1 night before the exam and get a 9.5/10
I read the point and then try to explain it to myself. I learn much quicker that way.
best way is to take notes and concentrate.
Memorise the entire thing
leave it till last minute and then read through everything so I have less time to forget
At University, when I got a theoretical class:
Reread notes/script/etc, then summarize, then reread and redo exercises, old tests
When "logic" class like maths, statistics, etc:
Start doing old easy exercises/Homework, if I can't do them watch videos, reread script, read books or work with notes and solution, when I can solve them all do old tests, work on my small mistakes I still gotta fix short term
But not really for your case, I usually start 1 1/2 months before the exam, uni isnt anything like school
I read all the material first, then I start doing exercises, and lastly I will review notes/slides 1-2 days before exam
by dropping out of college because its a huge waste of your time and money
practice problems 16 hrs / day, every day