Studying at MIT is on a different quantum level. Instructors don’t want you merely to reiterate the facts and formulas they’ve just taught you—they want you to understand the concepts that bind a field together and to apply those concepts in new situations. This doesn’t always come naturally: many students need to develop new study strategies. But when it comes to learning, one size does not fit all. You are the expert on what works best for you. Here are some study tips that are particularly helpful for MIT students, but could work for any other motivated learners.
What is “Tooling and Studying”?
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