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I always dedicate most of my time to what HE spends the most time on in lecture! Also, be sure to note every connection he makes to the real world and the human body etc because it’s often featured on tests. Otherwise just go over all the hw problems and focus on what you don’t understand 100%!
The UA's said the material would cover up to this friday's class material so I would focus of the first two weeks of information. The lecture videos that Lavelle posted cover a lot of the information and have great practice problems!
Practice problems are definitely helpful, but make sure to go over your notes. Also, when you take notes in class, make sure you pay special attention to the things Lavelle mentions but doesn't put up on the slides. He tends to include some questions that require information on these minute details, and it really helps if you know the connections he made in class.
Hope this helped!
Hope this helped!
I'm not sure if Lavelle would structure his exams as he did 14A, but his tests were wickedly based on the homework. So, if you understand every single homework problem (Even the long complex ones) you will do awesome) :)
805097738 wrote:The UA's said the material would cover up to this friday's class material so I would focus of the first two weeks of information. The lecture videos that Lavelle posted cover a lot of the information and have great practice problems!
I forgot about his lecture videos! Nice :)
The first two outlines should be the focus. Doing all/most of the homework problems, especially the focus questions, would definitely help a lot. Also, go back to read the textbook for any concepts that seem vague.
Dina 2k wrote:has anyone done the peer learning worksheets? are the problems beginner level to provide guidance or a great tool to use when studying for the tests?
I just took the test today and I think the peer learning worksheets are really great for nailing the fundamentals metals and if you have the time you should do them before the test.
I'd recommend going through all the homework problems s on the syllabus, as the test will be very similar. You don't necessarily have to work them all out, but reading through the questions and corresponding solutions will help you locate any knowledge gaps.
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