First – study alone. Then study with others

• Give yourself lots of time to carefully review your notes and text books. Consider making some flash cards and brief study notes of key facts to remember. Try out some practice questions, using test question banks like iMCQ.
• Once you feel comfortable with the material, study with one or more of your peers. Review topics you are struggling with to increase your understanding, and trade off asking each other questions. This will help to identify any gaps in your knowledge for additional independent study.
• Make sure your partners have also prepared in advance, otherwise this could be a waste of your time.

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