Inspiring notes day. These are truly amazing notes by IG @hb.study. What's really nice about them is that you can see an overview of the whole unit on Infectious Disease, and the sub-topics that have to be learned, and how they topics connect and relate to each other. The use of icons and symbols is useful too as it gives a quick visual representation of the subtopic. Separating the subtopics with chunks and colour is also a good study technique.
Here's some other useful tips for after creating such amazing notes:
1) Create questions from the topic and try to answer them. It's one thing to create amazing notes. Another thing is to be able to answer questions about it in a test. This is a true test.
2) Try to Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check... the information. It's one thing to look at these gorgeous notes. And another to be able to recreate them while revising. Recreating them, is a vital step to learning. You won't know that you know the stuff, until you can reproduce it.
3) Teach someone else the information. If this is available, teaching your study buddy is a really good way to learn. The act of needing to teach someone, forces your brain to learn it quickly. Try it.