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2. How I Memorized EVERYTHING in MEDICAL SCHOOL - (3 Easy TIPS)

2022-01-10 15:00:48 simyang 2


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what is up YouTube today I'm going to

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teach you guys how to study that's right

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study and menstrual information comes at

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you faster than you could ever imagine

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and if you don't have a proper study

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technique or know how to study learning

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that information is almost impossible

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for me the hardest part in menstrual was

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actually learning how to study so I

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wanted to give you guys three tips on

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how I learned how to study effectively

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and memorize every single thing in

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menstrual not everything but most things

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let's go

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all right so first and foremost I

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apologize for how tired I look these

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bags under my eyes this is my sixth

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night in a row six 12-hour nightshift in

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a row and I am a little on the tired

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side but this is my last night shift of

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the entire year of 2019

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anyways tip number one find the study

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spot create a schedule and get in a

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routine I cannot express to you how much

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a routine helps you study for me my

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routine was waking up at 5:00 a.m. going

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to the library and studying in my same

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cubicle or my same table every single

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day for me that was really important

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because once I said at that table it was

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business time and it was game on if I

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were to stay at home I was dilly-dally

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around-- watch some TV watch some

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YouTube Instagram wasn't as popular when

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I was in med school but I can imagine

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I'd probably be on Instagram a lot

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if I were in med school now so for me I

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had to get the heck out of the house go

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somewhere and get to work

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some people like studying at home I'm

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not one of those people but if you do

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make sure you leave all distractions

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away from you and focus I'm currently

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studying for radiology boards right now

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and I adopt the same exact routine I

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wake up early at 5:00 a.m. I go in o the

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kitchen or downstairs in my apartment

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complex and I get to work and I do this

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before I actually go to work so I wake

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up two hours early before work start

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studying and then go to work and come

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home if I don't do that I don't even

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know when I would have time to study

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while having a full-time job in

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residence here tip number two find

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yourself a study partner

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preferably smart and preferably

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motivated and stick with him throughout

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med school my study partner medical

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school was a girl named Alexandra shout

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out to Alexandra I don't know if you're

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watching but if you do thank you for

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everything you did

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she was amazing during menstrual she was

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extremely motivated unbelievably smart

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and more importantly she kept me on task

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and made me a better student it's always

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nice to bounce topics off of a study

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partner and quiz each other back

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fourth this really helps you nail down

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the material and it's always nice to see

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what that person picked up during

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lecture and what you picked up in

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comparing notes and trying to come up

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with a condensed version of what to

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study another tip along those lines what

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really helped me was actually verbally

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going over topics so we would verbally

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quiz each other which it forces you to

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think about a topic rather than just

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being able to pick it out on a

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multiple-choice test if you were able to

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recall it and verbalize it you're much

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more likely to actually understand it

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and memorize it versus just being able

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to pick it out of a multiple choice menu

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so study partners are worth their weight

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in gold if you find the right one my

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third tip on how I memorize everything

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relates to note-taking in medical school

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we get about a hundred power points per

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test and each power point has 40 to 140

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slides on it you have to kind of

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condense that information and really

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focus on what's important and oftentimes

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condensing that information is actually

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the hardest part because you don't want

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to miss anything and you don't want to

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leave anything out so this actually goes

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back to my second tip which is my study

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partner and I used to take turns on each

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power point so for instance if there

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were 30 power points I would take 15 she

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would take 15 and we were both outline

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them and the way we formatted and

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convinced these outlines was the best

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thing ever so this is what we did so our

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goal was to fit a PowerPoint on to an

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entire PowerPoint onto one sheet of

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paper landscape mode so what we would do

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is go in o Excel split up by columns

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three to four columns of the entire

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PowerPoint and outline it and then we

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went to NIT sit down and fit it to one

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page so that so the funk an be really

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small sometimes but it was always on a

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page so what we ended up having would be

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like 30 pages of just pure notes like

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this all on one page and the reason this

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helped is because aunt condenses the

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material and puts it all in front of you

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rather than scrolling through

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powerpoints mindlessly and

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missing stuff here and there when I

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looked at this sheet of paper it was

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almost like a spatial recognition for me

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so if I was in the test and I couldn't

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remember a specific detail on a topic we

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were tested on I could at least put it

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to like a specific portion of the page

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and I could think okay so I think that

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was up on the left side of the page

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which means it was probably one of these

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two things and it often times just on

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spatial memory or spatial recognition of

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what was on my outline I could kind of

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pick the right answer because there's so

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much information it's impossible to know

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everything so you have to develop

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different techniques that work for you

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so for us we split up the powerpoints we

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outlined every single one like this fit

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it on one page and we would have the

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exact same material to study we could

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quiz each other and we could at least

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spatially recall information if we

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couldn't remember it every single detail

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all right guys so that concludes my

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three tips on how I memorize everything

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or almost everything in med school and

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the tests I still use today so if you

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like this video and thought it was

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like and subscribe don't just hit it

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smash that like to subscribe button and

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I guess I will see you guys

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