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Is it hard studying ? And understanding ?

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Myra’s Answer

Studying is easy for some and hard for others. When I was in RN school as an older student I asked advise from A students. They all seemed to have insight on what to study. And were usually spot on. So I joined their study groups to learn how to study. Now there is material you can obtain methods to memorize online. Memorization and comprehension is easy once you learn which method is easy for you. If school was easy everyone would go. You have to be willing to figure out how to bust through that brick wall. And that will take time, research and perseverance.
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Suzanne’s Answer

It depends on which program you enter. Distance learning is good if you have the discipline to complete objectives and find resources. My program gave us modules and the journal articles to explore scientific evidence. Midwifery studies are no more difficult than other sciences. You cant study personal relationships though, and that is something that comes with time and experience. Midwife means with women. She and her family are one unit and it takes a special practitioner to encompass all but stay true to self.

Suzanne recommends the following next steps:

Seek out curriculums from programs that offer distance learning and those with on-site education.
Talk to a lay midwife, CM, CPM and CNM. They can offer their experience on education
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Maya’s Answer

This depends on the subject and material you are studying. For example a lot of students find it harder to study math and science while others find it harder to take free response tests versus multiple choice tests. Generally speaking the more material you need to study the harder it will be. But the best way to combat this issue is to spread your studying into small chunks that are manageable. So if you are going to study for chemistry, before you start make a clear goal about what you want to know before the end of your study session and get all your materials ready. Now that you did that turn on a timer for 25 minutes to review a single topic, then take a 5 minute break, then do another timer and do this again and again until you feel confident in the material you study. managing your time is the key to studying and this method can be applied to any subject in school.
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