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September 16, 2004

Current Learning Methods

My first degree was mostly lecture oreintated but it also had a fair deal of independant learning. Group work wasn't really much of a main concern and only really necessary for presentations or when we were really really stuck on a particular subject.

Currently i really cannot answer questions just by rote learning, i need to go back and have a thorough understanding of the subject, which allows me to look into other interesting topics if i have time. However, i do use both methods when it comes to exams, because there just isn't enough time to cover everything

Which comes onto the main problem that i have, which shamefully is still- time management. I still don't think that i have mastered this skill, but the best thing to do is to keep trying and i guess its also to try not to do too many things at one time and use the key word…prioritise.


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