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Posted by Ira on January 02, 2000 at 22:25:50:

In Reply to: Re: adult add and how to study for test posted by Knute on December 31, 1999 at 11:39:03:

I agree with Knute. Although I have never been diagnosed completely, I found that making an outline of the book insured me of 100% most of the time. It was hard work and time consuming but it worked. I recall my friends coming by to go out and seeing what I was up to they could say "you are always studying". That is what it took. I still do not know how my friends that never studied did as well. Good luck.

: Christy,
: When I was in college I studied by reading aloud to myself. It can be long and exhausting but it forced me to focus on the material. You may want to try it. Outling the book is another metheod I used. Hearing and writing the material helped me to learn and recall it for a test. I hope this works for you Knute.
: : i'm 38y/o and was diagnosed 4-5 yrs ago. i'm currently on attarol. i have been unable to pass my insurance exam for over a year, i study and study but i just can't seem to pass. if anyone has any ideas on what i can do please reply. i'm taking the test again in feb. i need help. thanks



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