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Old Apr 30, 2008, 10:02 PM   #1
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I happened to see this med student trying a new study method at lunch time today, and thought everyone might be interested in this important medical breakthrough method of preparing for exams.

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Old May 1, 2008, 5:55 AM   #2
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Yep, hard at it....

good capture.

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Nothing new about that.....osmotic transfer at its best. Half my students try to survive with it :G

Nice capture.

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Yep, I remember trying that study method myself, {cough cough} years ago. You should try to capture the hasty prayer method of study that normally follows the osmosis method, right as the student walks into class :-).

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Old May 1, 2008, 11:40 PM   #5
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LOL! I remember trying it too, but it didn't seem to work for me. The hasty prayer worked only slightly better than the osmosis method. I hope this guy has better luck than I had with it!
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I must confess that method was not unheard of during my college career! Didn't acomplish much, but certainly felt better at the moment!

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You should try to capture the hasty prayer method of study that normally follows the osmosis method, right as the student walks into class :-).
All Supreme Court rulings regarding prayer in schools are hereby suspended on test days.

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as i'm getting ready for finals myself, i needed this laugh! if only papers could get done with this method.




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He's really trying to get the feeeeel of his subject.

Thanks for the laugh, Harriet, it came at the right time (just found out I have to send my K20D back).

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I am SO sorry about your problem, Kjell. Hopefully the next one will solve your problems (figured you probably were having some issues with the camera).
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