Study Skills and Test Taking Strategies for Coaching Medical Learners Based on Identified Areas of Struggle

@inproceedings{Guerrasio2017StudySA,
  title={Study Skills and Test Taking Strategies for Coaching Medical Learners Based on Identified Areas of Struggle},
  author={Jeannette Guerrasio and Carmella L Nogar and Matthew Rustici and Carol Lay and Janet Corral},
  booktitle={MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching and learning resources},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction Learners in high-performing contexts such as medical school and residency are presumed to have appropriate study skills to be successful. However, for those learners in academic difficulty who are identified as having weak study skills and poor test taking skills, faculty need tools to use to lead these struggling learners to academic success. In coaching learners on study skills, we frequently found that the study skills that helped them get into medical school or residency were… CONTINUE READING

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