Memory Techniques for Nursing School and When to Use Them: Episode 159


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In my free guide, the 20 Secrets of Successful Nursing Students, secret #4 is this: successful students know what to memorize vs conceptualize. While some people may tell you to ONLY focus on learning concepts, they forget that you actually do need to memorize some things in nursing school. After all, the names of the cranial nerves aren’t concepts…they’re simply facts and yes, you MUST memorize them!

In this podcast episode we’ll talk about types of information to memorize vs conceptualize, and how memorizing the right things actually helps you understand concepts better! We’ll also discuss some key memory techniques to use in nursing school.

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