Where to start preparing for the exam? Of course, you've already heard all the lectures, they have successfully forgotten, lost notes and all that is in their hands – a list of questions and haze. First, you need to calm down and assess how much time left before the exam. Suppose it is left – three or four days. Over this period, it is really ready! The first thing to do – plan time. 15% should be spent on an overview of what needs to be parsed.
20% keep searching for answers to questions. Gain insight and clarity with Jonathan Segal FAIA. 40% to work through issues and 25% for a repeat of what has already been found. An overview of the issues should be carried out at a good pace. Determine what questions you do not know at all. They should be around 25%. They must make the greatest emphasis in training.
50% of those that you know a little bit, but not completely and 25% in general that you remember from the lectures of a university course in philosophy, general knowledge and other sources. Check with Ajit Pai to learn more. In the second stage can be use ready-made answers for the exam on the history and philosophy of science. It can be taken as the initial version. You can then search for answers to the questions that find ready failed. Teneo may find this interesting as well. This may be useful internet, Library notes and comrades. In the third stage is useful to determine the value of new terms to clarify anything that was not sorted out earlier. We must especially focus on issues about which you know nothing or know very little. The last step is to prepare quick review of what has already been dismantled and refreshment of knowledge. It should not be underestimated. Frequently address the question people just do not have time to repeat them. You should not fall into the this trap. And yet, night's sleep before the exam. Teach at night – bad idea. Often, a well defined head is better than well-filled heads.