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Is this the way to learn faster in engineering?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 04:24:03    Popularity:     

Tags: learn  faster  engineering  

I am thinking of-:
Reading the material before being taught in class.
Reading the material after being taught in class
Going through youtube
But what else can I do to learn faster in engineering?

Answers:

The best way to learn anything is to be immersed in it. Forget about fast. Are you having a contest? I hope not.

Reading the text book repeatedly after the material is presented in class is more beneficial I think. The rate at which you learn in engineering is function of how much time you spend studying the subject. Engineering students just don't have time to learn slow. Seldom will you fully understand the material from the 1st reading nor from the professor's classroom presentation alone. The professor's classroom presentation time is limited by university standards but your study time is only limited by the number of hours in the day and your own willingness to devote the seemingly ever decreasing available hours to study.. In spite of what a student may think about a professor's teaching skills the material is always easier to comprehend after the professor's presentation rather than before. Study the material and ask questions from knowledgeable people, knowledgeable classmates included.

Read the assigned text and know it. Then check out stuff from a library which is on the same theme. Ask the instructor to give you a reading list. Most of them have reading lists which are targeted to the same channels being taught in class.
Type up your class notes. It is a good way to review them when they are fresh and will bring up questions which you can ask about in class or from the professor / instructor, TA. Ask the TA for what to study. Do not overdo the extra study. You can reach burnout. Exercise and a healthy diet will help a lot.

[1] Doing more real experiments, that helping you to build up experience.
[2] Doing all the exercises, that helping you gain high mark from tests.

Reading stuff first makes a big difference, if you can find the time and know what to read. The next thing is to do homework and lab reports as soon as you can. Not only because it helps you learn but if you have issues you can bring them up in tutorials.

The only problem is you may get so much work it is impossible to keep on top of it all in such a timely way. You get a day that generates four pieces of homework and a lab report that you can't do all in one evening, and the next day is full of lectures again.

My other tip is to take a break every 45 minutes when working at home; without breaks you lose the ability to focus effectively.

Reading the material before hand has the greatest effect on your ability to absorb the ideas. Reading it again after class has some value but other that doing problems anything else has a very vert small impact.

Do the homeworks and labs every day. Don’t ever miss class. Don’t fall behind.



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