02 Dec '14, 11pm

How to Pass Your STEM Course Exam: A Hackerspace Guide

Do the homework. Really, for the love of all things all, do the homework. By yourself. See, when ya'll work in a study group, 95% of the time, only one of you really solves it (and that person learns something) and the rest of you only think you learn something and maybe you do, but it's not the problem solving skills you'll need to do well on the exam. […] Also, write crib sheets. Even if it isn't an open book exam, the act of writing crib sheets will help you nail down the core formulas/concepts/etc and figure out how to boil them down into nice concise little blocks. […] I really like the sparkcharts series. I think they have a good balance of text and lots of examples/samples/prototypes/pictures. Just enough to be a reference card, not so much that you're literally trying to learn the material off your card during the exam.

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