Learning Outcome #2 Self-Designed Exhibit: 5-Day Study Plan; Retrieval and Interleaving Richard Bisbee

5-Day Study Plan:

Day 1:

Prepare Part A: 1 hour

Day 2:

Prepare Part B: 1 hour

Review Part A: 30 minutes

Day 3:

Prepare Part C: 45 minutes

Review Part B: 30 minutes

Review Part A: 15 minutes

Day 4:

Prepare Part D: 30 minutes

Review Part C: 30 minutes

Review Part B: 15 minutes

Review Part A: 15 minutes

Day 5:

Review Part D: 30 minutes

Review Part C: 15 minutes

Review Part B: 15 minutes

Review Part A: 15 minutes

Retrieval Techniques- Use flash cards for formulas and take notes and review them in order to retain and learn the material.

Interleaving- Split up studying into manageable intense study sessions in order to retain and learn the material.

Discussion: The 5-Day Study Plan went over really well. I used this plan to prepare for my final exams. In order to implement this plan, I worked a little bit each day focusing on a different exam each day. This helped organize my studying into manageable study sessions. Studying for a different exam each day plus taking a few breaks each day ranging from 30 minutes to an hour long helped me retain and understand the material I was learning in order to do well on my final exams. Even though I did not follow the 5-Day Study Plan one-hundred percent perfectly, it was still very helpful in helping me prepare for my final exams.

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