Starting a study group...
- 6Feb 22, '13 by brian, ADN AdminHere on allnurses we've heard of many study groups started and crashing soon after. What's the best way to start a study group? What can be done to keep it healthy?
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- 1Feb 24, '13 by blackvans1234I don't study well with others.
I usually understand all the concepts we learn, so I don't need anyone to clear anything up. If I do, the text generally gives me what I want.
I also learn best by re-writing our powerpoints / my notes, which is a solitary learning experience.
The people I try to study with are flakes, so it generally doesn't happen, and at the same time I don't really mind (see above).
They also stink at thinking of good quiz questions.
- 0Feb 24, '13 by besaangel, CNAHonestly, Im not a good "group studier" but thats only because I dont like repeating myself too often and when Im in a group, I find that I could be repeating the same point to several people (obviously they weren't listening at first) before we move on; thus wasting a lot of time as compared to studying it myself.
I hate note-taking; I know thats bad but I dont get much from re-writing. I'd rather re-read powerpoints or chapter summaries but everyone has their own methods.