November all wrapped up. The first semester of the program wrapping up as well. We have one final block exam in 2016; the GI Block. Which means that November had the pulmonary and renal block exams. The more drugs I memorize, the easier I seem to find it to memorize these drugs. Although more likely I have just found better study strategies for processing the vast amount of information in our classes.
I continue to tutor at SciHigh, things have finally settled into a good routine there. Chad and I now usually work 1-on-1 with the same few students to ensure that they are able to keep up with the rest of the class. This system has worked very well in providing the attention that these students need while making sure Mr. Harris is able to keep the rest of the class on track as well. It is a great feeling to see my students continue to improve their math and study skills. I am absolutely planning on continuing my tutoring next semester when the students return from break.
Although I am looking forward to the winter break coming up in a few weeks, I think I will miss coming to class everyday. I guess that is one of the advantages of having such a small class size, we have formed a tight-knit community among our program. I am not quite sure what I will do with all my free time over break, but it will be nice to take a breather and relax with family over the holiday.
SciHigh: 9 hours in November
SciHigh: 8 hours in December