Group Study - An Effective Learning Method for AMIE Aspirants

When your group controls the learning process, your learning is faster, more relevant, and sustained.

In a group environment, students are less likely to delay. After all, it’s easy to put off an assignment when you only have yourself to answer to, isn’t it? But when you know you have a whole group of people counting on you, you’ll be more likely to get the job done.
Group study also encourages students to explain things aloud. By speaking to and listening to others, students often improve on recall ability, or ability to remember information on test day.

Students who study with others are also forced to become more organized.

One more great benefit of group discussion is that the many perspectives improve your chances of anticipating test questions. Group members will always bring up ideas and thoughts you’d never considered. The various views are sure to pay off on AMIE exam day!

Group study will build self-confidence that you can use for the rest of your life. Speaking to small groups will prepare students for speaking to larger groups in the future.

So go ahead and start building a group of like-minded AMIE students who share your goals for success. Be sure to develop a set of study rules to establish the “where’s” and “how’s” and stick by them. The results will show on AMIE result day!

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