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    Is My Studying Speed Too Slow?

    Hi everyone, I'm in first year of MBBS. Lately watching my classmates, I've started to think that my studying speed is too slow. I'm a fast reader, but when I'm preparing for a test, it takes me really long. For example today I was preparing for biochemistry and it took me around 45 minutes to do 2 pages thoroughly.
    This is why some of me friends prepare for tests overnights, but I have to start around 3 days before.
    Is this bad? :/
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    I think that you are on your way. You're right, there is a lot of content for one to understand when you just start scratching the field but I believe that you made considerable progress on months. My advice is that you should ignore the learning speed matter. I know that sometimes we get anxious to see things working but instead of try to produce a lot of (maybe bad) code rapidly, you should try to build a solid foundation on each topic that you study. The time invested on building this foundation will certainly payoff.
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    My cousin starts preparing 5 days before a test.
    If you study each day or keep revising, you won't take so long before tests.
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