RHIT Study Cycle Mind Map 4B

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1. Attend

1.1. Go to class

1.2. Take notes

1.3. Don't be distracted

1.4. Ask questions

1.5. Come prepared to learn

1.6. Don't work on other classes

1.7. Make sure you've eaten and had a good night's sleep

1.8. Be on time

1.9. Be respectful to the professor and peers

1.10. Be engaged and attentive

1.11. Bring all necessary materials

1.12. Put your phone away and your laptop on do not disturb

1.13. Participate as much as possible

1.14. Have all homework done

2. Preview

2.1. Read the overview and do prereading

2.2. Highlight and annotate main ideas and information

2.3. Make sure to check all updated emails from professor

2.4. Make sure any homework due before the class is done/ keep up with readings

2.5. Go over notes from past weeks

2.6. Check Moodle often

2.7. Read the lab manual before labs

2.8. Look at what you've missed previously and find a way to learn it

2.9. Create a study sheet of equations or terms before learning them

2.10. Recheck homework

2.11. Get lots of sleep the night before

2.12. Eat

2.13. Formulate questions before you attend class

3. Study

3.1. Go over notes from class

3.2. Do homework

3.3. Get together with other groups

3.4. Quiz yourself

3.5. Learning Center practice test

3.6. Tutoring Session

3.7. Meet with Professor

3.8. Reading the textbook

3.9. Take breaks for better studying

3.9.1. Take a break to exercise and refocus

3.10. Rewrite the important notes

3.11. Make a concept map

3.12. Outline chapters with main concepts

3.13. Review chapter summaries

3.14. Do practice tests and review what you missed

4. Review

4.1. Go over notes from class

4.2. Go back and do problems from the notes

4.3. Practice problems

4.4. Look over main points before bed

4.5. Retake and reorganize

4.6. Think back over content

4.7. Make/use flashcards

4.8. Think of how it is applicable to the real world

4.9. Ask yourself questions about the material, and try to come up with why something is the way it is.

4.10. Go over notes with people/quiz each other

4.11. Review sessions that professors have

4.12. Summarize what you know

4.13. Connect concepts to create a deeper understanding

5. Check

5.1. Take practice tests

5.2. Have someone quiz you

5.3. Look at given answers in book as you go along

5.4. Teach material to someone else

5.5. Alter study plan if you're not doing as well as you want to

5.6. Go to office hours and ask to see if correct before submitting answers to assignments

5.7. Review concepts

5.8. Study with other people so they can double check your work

5.9. Quiz other people

5.10. Make mnemonics