Thank you for your concern, I really do appreciate it. I plan on changing some things around to accomodate the mass volumes of information that I’m going to face in medical school. However, I am very fortunate to have somewhat of a photographic memory. Usually if I read something (and certainly if I write it) I have it for a good, long time. I graduated summa cum laude, did well on the MCAT, and will be starting medical school in the fall. I’m taking a few more classes this spring just to keep my brain from withering (and because I’m a self professed nerd who loves school) and I’m planning on trying to do things a little differently.
I’m sure that my study method would not work well for many people and probably won’t work well for even me once medical school starts. I would never advocate it as the way to go for anyone else. As a mother, my days are so cram packed that it’s hard to find time to study to everyday. Once my youngest starts kindergarten next year, perhaps I’ll be able to work out a better plan.
Again – thanks for the tips.