POST UPDATED 11/8/2017
There are so many ways you can learn the information for the RD exam. Here are some of my suggestions - tried and true! Access more information about the RD exam, study materials to download, and more at my RD Exam page.
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I am a verbal-visual learner, so I retain information best by writing out my notes and making diagrams...and color-coding.
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If you plan on re-writing notes for the RD Exam, these tips are for you.
7 Study Tips for the RD Exam
1) Make a practice quiz
2) Make a worksheet
3) Help important information stand out
4) Change the layout
5) Draw a diagram
6) Make a chart
7) Summarize the information
Make a Practice Quiz
Make a Worksheet
Change the Layout
Help Important Information Stand Out
Draw a Diagram
Make a Chart
Sometimes a lot of information is best put into a chart. Above left are maximizing effective learning experiences based upon education level and motivation level. Above right is the vitamin and mineral chart from the Jean Inman Review, but recreated in Microsoft Word and printed blank to fill out from the notes.
With small amounts of information, hand-drawing a chart in your notes is perfect. With more information, it may be better to organize with a computer if you have access.
Summarize the Information
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