MD advice to getting thru with school

 As a MDer I have a few techniques - I would like to share with those who are in uni.

 - never study in your room

- group study if you get along with a few folks in your class

- exercise ,it clears your mind

- talk MD breaks after you have finished your study quota

-sleep on campus or in the library - try to avoid going to your room (then all bets are off)

-stay away from alarmists -they feed off fear

-believe that you  are going to make it (most important)

ITS NOT OVER TILL ITS OVER

 

These are tried and tested techniques (just officially graduated today from masters program (distinction)) in electrical engineering ........don't give up you can do it!!!!!!!

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Comment by Cordellia Amethyste Rose on May 8, 2013 at 8:35pm

BTW, congrats on your graduation, Bee Anchor!  Thanks for sharing your tips.  We're all here to help each other.  :)  

Comment by Annie on May 8, 2013 at 8:34pm
Great advice. The studying with friends has helped me alot during midterms this year. less tendency to daydream. :)
Comment by Dusty on April 26, 2013 at 11:48am

Totally agree... it probably takes me six times as long to complete ANYTHING in my room compared to on campus/in public... exercise is a big help too.

Comment by sky high on April 26, 2013 at 11:17am

thanks 4 the tips i really need them,,,,hope nxt year i also pass this engineering with flying colours

Comment by PG on April 26, 2013 at 11:03am

Hi! Congratulations on graduating! Well done. I've noticed these things help me too, its just that I keep forgetting them and relapsing into the old cycle of dd-ing, not getting anything done, and more dd-ing cuz of that.

I've started studying in a library. I've also seen that if I take a break when I catch myself, it helps to an extent, like I get up, wash my face, talk to someone, walk around and then get back. Also, exercise also really really helps me clear the mind too. 

Comment by taffle on April 26, 2013 at 8:44am

Thanks for the tips. I study in my house but definitely not in my room for various reasons. I used to study in my room and many times I end up falling asleep instead. Exercise gets your blood and lympathic system flowing so it  helps with studying. And congrats on graduating!

Comment by Jordy on April 25, 2013 at 12:14pm

wow i am impressed i cant even make it to university because of this DD problem

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