In order to help you survive this phase of your life and get the grades you need for a good career, here are a few mistakes you should avoid. The more you notice and fix these mistakes, the better your grades and study habits for the BOC exam will be.
Test anxiety is a form of performance anxiety in which fear of failure interferes with your ability to perform well in a test situation. Everyone gets nervous before a test. You might experience physical symptoms like headaches, nausea, diarrhea, shortness of breath, and light-headedness if you have test anxiety. You might even have a panic
When we’re studying, it can be easy to think that we know something, especially if we think we’ve memorized our notes and can answer questions nicely. When was the last time you explained a concept to someone instead of just assuming that you understood it and moving on? Knowing something’s name isn’t the same as
What else should athletic training students do if rereading, underlining, and summarizing aren’t effective methods for studying? I’ve found active recall and spaced repetition to be the most effective methods for making your studies more efficient, effective, and rewarding. Let’s dive in! Active Recall Theory and Evidence Often, we think learning is testing yourself after
Most of us would like to feel more confident in certain areas of our lives: You might wish you were more confident about speaking up and expressing yourself at work. You might want to feel more confident about dating. Perhaps you’ve been dreaming of starting that business you’ve always wanted to start. Everyone knows how
Have you ever wondered how the Athletic Training Board of Certification (BOC) Exam is actually scored?
Finding ways to keep track of your schedule and learning better ways to help you study or plan out your treatment sessions will make it a little easier when your day is full of chaos. Because as ATs, we all know our day never goes according to plan.
Why do we spend so much time online? We should be studying, writing papers, studying for the BOC exam, or whatever – but instead, we’re on Reddit. Or scrolling through Twitter with glazed eyes. Even reading about productivity can be a waste of time. I mean, who wants to waste more time than they have to?
u’re like a lot of college students, you’ve probably experienced overwhelm or burnout. In addition, even after college, you may find yourself overwhelmed by work, family, finances, and social obligations. What can you do to stop feeling overwhelmed and regain control of your life?