Wow its been a couple of years, I recently fell back into love with writing and reading so here I am. Going to try and be more consistent from now
I am currently a 3rd Year Medical Student Abroad out of the UK and its been an interesting journey. I will fill you in and write about anything you’re curious about 😀
Hope everyone’s well ❤
probably no one reading buttttt…
Hi, i’m The Biology Student and i decided to make a blog to talk to fellow students and hopefully help others out. Its been a couple of months since my last post but i wanted to know if there is anything specific you want me to help with. I’m a fellow A-level student so maybe if we band together like a community we can really get somewhere (It’s just a thought :D).
The Biology Student 😛
Clear and concise notes
Study accordingly to your learning type (visual, auditory, kinesthetic)
Practice exam questions
Give yourself set times to study. For example a 40 minutes session followed by a 10-15 minute breaks. It is essential to give yourself a break from it and come back to it
I find repetition very helpful so learning something and coming back to it until I can recall it out loud as if im teaching someone (another good tip)
Allow plenty of time to revise (last minute cramming isn’t helpful and is way too stressful).
Life is too short to worry too much about these exams. But that doesn’t mean not to revise at all and say YOLO. That isn’t how it works im afraid.
Hope you guys find this useful
The Biology Student
Hi and welcome to my blog.
I’m currently a biology student and wanted to blog things related to Health, Biology, Medicine etc. so stay tuned.