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Yara Abbo

Yara Abbo

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chemistry, Statistics
Study Tips: My best study tip is to try to explain the concepts you are learning to someone else. During this process you will realize the gaps in your knowledge or facts that you do not remember. Ultimately this is an efficient method to figure out what topics of study you need to focus on.
Sarah Abu-Shanab

Sarah Abu-Shanab

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Psychology
Study Tips: If note cards are applicable, make note cards, and study without looking at the cards first to test that you really know the material.
Renee Aliko

Renee Aliko

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Economics, Calculus, Computer Science, Management
Study Tips: Cover main ideas before focusing on smaller details so you can get later make educated guesses if necessary.
Tamara Allada

Tamara Allada

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Bio, Physics, Micro Eco, Maths & Soc
Study Tips: Make a study schedule to plan on when to study what.
Tanvi Banota

Tanvi Banota

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chemistry & Biology
Study Tips: For problem-based classes like General Chemistry, it is vital that students work through as many types of practice problems as they can, both to become familiar with the concepts surrounding different problems and the steps required to reach the solutions
Daniel Bezden

Daniel Bezden

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Math, Comp Sci
Study Tips: As Einstein said: "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." By pretending like you're teaching the material to somebody else, you often notice flaws in your thinking or gaps in your knowledge you may not have noticed.
Joel Cabrera

Joel Cabrera

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Macro Econ, Maths, Poli Sci
Study Tips: Always do the assigned readings before classes! Doing so will not only help you understand upcoming lectures much more easily and efficiently, but also reduce the amount of studying you have to do when exam times come!
Michael Carlucci

Michael Carlucci

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Comp Sci, Maths & Italian
Study Tips: Make sure to take a break every once in a while. It will help you relax and absorb the information you've been going over.
Ajay Challapalli

Ajay Challapalli

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chemistry& Maths
Study Tips: One of my study tips is do something you do not understand over and over again until you master it. This can be a specific type of problem or lesson you are having a hard time comprehending. Re-reading & working on foundation skills.
Hannaan Choudhry

Hannaan Choudhry

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Calculus
Study Tips: One study tip I have is to write down everything that will be covered on the exam and list next to each topic when you will review it. It allows for better time management and helps avoid forgetting topics.
Hassaam Choudhry

Hassaam Choudhry

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chem, Stats & Psych
Study Tips: My favorite study tip is to just read the lecture notes briefly one time before I actually start studying. This way I get a sense of what is on the exam, if there is anything I need to focus on in particular, and most importantly how I can manage my time
Judy Dao

Judy Dao

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Biology, Alegbras & Phychology
Study Tips: Ask questions immediately if you do not understand something.
Olivia DiTrolio

Olivia DiTrolio

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): General Psychology
Study Tips: My advice when memorizing is to make flash cards with the definitions, but to also write your own example of the definition in use. This helps to memorize, but it also makes sure you understand the concept on a deeper meaning, rather than just memorizing
William Donnelly

William Donnelly

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Micro/Macro Econ, Maths & Chinese
Study Tips: Do practice problems. It's difficult to do homework that isn't required, but it's really important. It is all about recognizing what method you need to use to solve a problem, whether it be a certain method of integration or a certain graph that applies.
Duggirala, Soumya

Duggirala, Soumya

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Comp Sci, Micro Econ, Spanish
Study Tips: Narrow down on the area that you are most confused about, and be persistent until you understand it. While trying to understand a concept, try tactics that force you to recall the concept yourself, like doing practice problems, closing the book and summarizing what you just read, etc.
Evan Feldman

Evan Feldman

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Comp Sci, Micro Econ, Math & Psych
Study Tips: Focus not only on the quantity of time that you spend studying, because the quality of your studying is just as important.
Shreya Ghosh

Shreya Ghosh

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chem, Maths & Psych
Study Tips: One of my study tips is to organize your notes throughout the semester. Using bullets, arrows, boxes, and highlights when taking notes puts all the information in order so when you actually need to study, you it will be much easier to find important information.
Shrusti Goswami

Shrusti Goswami

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Math & Astronomy
Study Tips: One of my study tips for people who don't like to study in complete silence but also can't focus while listening to music is to listen to Lo-Fi beats. There are no lyrics & isn't as dry as classical music. This music helps me stay focused. It is relaxing & calms me down if I'm nervous for a big exam.
Noah Green

Noah Green

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Computer Sci & Intro Math Reasoning
Study Tips: Start early. Studying becomes easier with proper time management. Most stress I've experienced while studying wasn't the difficulty of the material; it was because I had started late & felt that my back was to the wall, which hurt my concentration.
Ahri Han

Ahri Han

   
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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Calculus
Study Tips: One of my study tips, for subjects like calculus, is to use practice problems from the textbooks & online homework as study guides. Becoming familiar with different problems helps reinforce the concepts I learn in lecture and recitation.
Kanakaraj, Indhu

Kanakaraj, Indhu

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Maths & Psychology
Study Tips: I think it is crucial for each student to break down the information in whatever way is best for them. In addition, time management is a major skill for creating the best possible educational outcome in a class.
DoKyum Kim

DoKyum Kim

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Physics & Elem/Inter Algebra
Study Tips: One of my studying tips is to create analogies and mnemonics. Analogies are great because you will be able to connect personal and relatable things in life to concepts that may seem very abstract and far-fetched. Mnemonics are great as well for memorizing
Jordan Lee

Jordan Lee

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Genetics
Study Tips: One of my study tips is to make study guides or outlines, then focus on the topics you know the least about. If you have an organized list of what you need to know, it makes studying easier and less stressful. I think a lot of people focus on the topics t
Lee, Karen

Lee, Karen

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Computer Science
Study Tips: Create an environment dedicated to studying. A lot of people have trouble getting themselves in the right "mood" to study, or get distracted when studying. Choose a quiet place clear of clutter, entering that environment you are more mentally prepared to stay focused.
Samantha Lee

Samantha Lee

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Comp Sci, Maths & French
Study Tips: Don’t be afraid to take a power nap! Studying for extended periods of time could be overwhelming — I find that the longer I go on, the harder it gets to focus. When I reach that point, I set a timer for 15 minutes and snooze. A quick, refreshing recharge!
Samuel Leigh

Samuel Leigh

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Physics, Maths
Study Tips: Make sure that the practice material is relevant to the exam as possible. If a professor provides exam-like worksheets, do these worksheets before doing various textbook problems which may or may not look like something you will see on the exam.
Ian Leonhardt

Ian Leonhardt

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Bio, Chem, Maths, Psych & Soc.
Study Tips: One of my biggest study tips is to try to make studying less of a chore. Take breaks every 1-3 hrs. Read background info your teacher has not assigned on the topics you are learning & I guarantee you will find something that interests you.
Michelle Liang

Michelle Liang

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chemistry, Maths & Soc.
Study Tips: One of my study tips is to study with your cellphone in a different room because of the temptation and distraction it can cause.
Katharine Little

Katharine Little

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Psychology
Study Tips: I always, always, always say to START EARLY and spread out studying in order to gain a more comprehensive and sustainable understanding of the material.
Jason Luo

Jason Luo

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Physics, Data Structures & Maths
Study Tips: For math equations/formulas, whenever a proof is given by the professor/in the textbook, it's always good to rewrite it out yourself after seeing it the first time. It'll stick around in your head better, and possibly allow you to re-derive it on an exam
Jefferson Manotoa

Jefferson Manotoa

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Micro/Macro Econ & Maths
Study Tips: When taking a math course, it is highly important to know the theory behind the subject and to know where it is derived from rather than memorizing formulas and steps.
Alexandra Maris

Alexandra Maris

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Maths & Linguistic Theory
Study Tips: When studying for an exam, I find it helpful to review the material in various ways (find the most effective method for you) & to best absorb the material (taking notes, doing practice problems, discussing topics with peers, teach a friend, etc.)
Therese McCusker

Therese McCusker

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Macro Econ & Econometrics
Study Tips: I tell students to try & teach the material to me. Once they are confident enough to recite the info back to someone else, they are heading a million steps in the right direction. If they stumble along the way, I always try my best to fill in any gaps.
Shane Meledathu

Shane Meledathu

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Genetics & Chemistry
Study Tips: One of my study tips is to review the course material as if I had to teach it. I've learned from personal experience and from my time as a TI that studying to teach forces me to learn in a way that I can best relate to.
Shannon Meledathu

Shannon Meledathu

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Intro Biochem & Molecular Bio
Study Tips: One study tip is to start studying early. This class I want to tutor is mostly memorization, so starting early can aid you in achieving a high mark. Also looking over the notes immediately after lecture can help further instill the material into your head.
Elise Merritt

Elise Merritt

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Bio, Chem, Comp Sci, Maths, Soc
Study Tips: If a study guide isn't given, try making a handwritten one to use-writing out all the information that might be on the test often helps people memorize it.
Mookerjee, Debendro

Mookerjee, Debendro

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Chem, Physics & Maths
Study Tips: Study from the beginning, don't cram before the exam, and don't give up.
Nagaraj, Bharath

Nagaraj, Bharath

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Class of: 2020
Study Tips: Look over past questions the professor has assigned to get an idea of future ones.
Vinod Naidu

Vinod Naidu

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Comp Sci, Micro Econ & Math
Study Tips: The most important thing I do when I study is split the material into 5 or more days of studying. This way I only have to study ~4 to 5 hrs most days, I have an adequate amount of time to understand the material. Also, studying in a group helps.
Ayushi Naik

Ayushi Naik

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Bio, Pre Calcs & Psych
Study Tips: One of the most helpful study techniques has been flowcharts! As a life science major there is usually a lot of information you’re required to remember in each course & flowcharts have proved to be very effective in organizing and managing the material.
Pranay Neelagiri

Pranay Neelagiri

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): Comp Sci & Maths
Study Tips: This tip is related to comp sci classes. Writing up a quick program to demonstrate the material & using a debugger & slowly stepping though the code, it’s easier to understand the flow of a program & whatever concept is being applied in courses like Data Structs & Comp Architecture.
Neto, Tiago

Neto, Tiago

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Class of: 2020
Subject(s): Biology
Study Tips: The best way to learn something to the point of mastery is to teach it. During tutoring sessions, I tell my Tutees to wrangle a friend or team up with a classmate & explain key topics step-by-step out loud, first with the assistance of notes, & then without once they are comfortable.
Thomas Newton

Thomas Newton

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chemistry& Maths
Study Tips: I do practice problems to reinforce the material that was gone over during that week. I would recommend to study with the resources you have, whether it be by taking notes, making flashcards, etc., to constantly reinforce the information, both before and after the lecture.
Max Pandalpho

Max Pandalpho

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Computer Sci & Maths
Study Tips: The most important way to study is redoing the problems given by the professor. Attempt to redo old homework problems. Do them in order of when they were taught, it is essential to understand them first. Scan over the notes, redo problems you don't understand.
Patel, Kajal

Patel, Kajal

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Class of: 2021
Subject(s): General Physics
Study Tips: One of my study tips would be to start studying early so that you can identify what areas you need more practice in or a better understanding of so that you're not left cramming a lot of material in a short amount of time.
Kishan Patel

Kishan Patel

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Bio, Chem & Calculus
Study Tips: Create a schedule and organize everything before trying to study. If you know where you need to go, and the path to get there, all that is left is doing it.
Nivedita Rajiv

Nivedita Rajiv

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Bio, Chem & Calculus
Study Tips: I find it helpful to take notes in classes, either on a laptop or in a notebook & rewriting organizing the notes into chunks to memorize. I also find it helpful to use a planner or a calendar to keep track of assignment due dates.
Aaron Scheiner

Aaron Scheiner

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Computer Sci & Maths
Study Tips: Office Hours. They are so important and the enormous benefit outweighs the minimal cost many times over. You can forge important relationships, get research opportunities, and get personalized help regarding your classes.
Dhruvi Sheth

Dhruvi Sheth

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Comp Science
Study Tips: Beyond never being afraid to ask questions, one of my study tips is to establish a study group that you can always rely on for help and motivation. This is very effective way to learn from your peers and build on your own understanding of the material.
Sibilia, Kimberlee

Sibilia, Kimberlee

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Organic Chem, Micro/Macro Econ, Maths & Psych
Study Tips: Realizing that sometimes you need to think creatively to understand the material. I'm a visual learner, so color coding notes helps me remember things by associating one term with another.
Sophia Tache

Sophia Tache

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Math, Psych & Spanish
Study Tips: An important study tip is making sure your study environment is first & foremost comfortable. It's extremely helpful to have the surroundings put you in a proper mindset. This will allow you to focus & to also feel less anxious in the testing environment.
Shruthi Thiyagarajan

Shruthi Thiyagarajan

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Chem, Bio, Psych & Soc
Study Tips: Read lecture notes beforehand so you have an idea of what the professor will talk about during class. Use the lecture to clarify any questions you had while going over the notes, & go over it one more time after lecture to really solidify the info into your head.
Nila Ulthirasamy

Nila Ulthirasamy

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Biology & Maths
Study Tips: One of my studying tips is to make organizers or flowcharts with info you've learned. Organizers are an effective way to study, it makes you engage with the material by finding connections. Organizers also enable you to personalize the notes to help visualize & reinforce material.
Naveenan Yogeswaran

Naveenan Yogeswaran

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Class of: 2022
Subject(s): Comp Sci & Linear Algebra
Study Tips: Like workouts, when studying it's important to take SHORT breaks from time to time. Before you start your homework or reading, create a few "checkpoints" in your work. When you reach a checkpoint, make sure to stop and do something you find relaxing for 2-10 mins.
Michael Ziegler

Michael Ziegler

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Class of: 2021
Study Tips: I find that the best way to study efficiently is to find the best way to pace yourself. Give yourself at least a week before to plan out how much work you'll do each day. 1-2 hours each day to review that specific class. You feel more confident & prepared in your own knowledge.

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