Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
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how to study biology?
how to memorise longer
- Inland Taipan
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Try to search in the forum. We have already discussed those kind of questions.
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Read, read, read, activate your five senses, keywords, and don't memorize, it's pointless
- King Cobra
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i agree memorizing is pointless. my frend memorized d whole bio book! and if she forgets one thing, she forgets everything. just try to understand. it works for me
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Bio is not hard to study. Just try to imagine whatever you are reading happening before you and then it will come naturally on the test
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In biology u can find many difficult terms. I always try to write down them and their discription on cards or papers in order to read them wherever u are!
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I find that understanding the way things work to help much more than just cramming information into my brain.
Sometimes, even if you don't really know something right away, through carefull analysis and understanding how things work, you usually find the answer naturally.
If you try to remember everything just by name, if you forget anything, you are stuck. Because you never really understood what you were reading.
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I used to linked them with the real things...like I just tell me what actually happened when I eat something and that's for digestive system...I don't know whether it is effective, but it makes Biology look more interesting than eating up the whole book, sometimes, it is not just one book, lol!
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thank for that site. It will help me alot
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