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Introduction to Engineering Study Tips. Evan Lemley Assistant Professor Physics and Engineering Department University of Central Oklahoma. Engineering/Physics Tips. Come to class (try to get a schedule you know you can hack) Start assignments early Be responsible

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Introduction to EngineeringStudy Tips

Evan Lemley

Assistant Professor

Physics and Engineering Department

University of Central Oklahoma


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Engineering/Physics Tips

  • Come to class (try to get a schedule you know you can hack)

  • Start assignments early

  • Be responsible

  • Supplemental work is critical

  • Ask questions

  • Don’t care what any body thinkS


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Engineering/Physics Tips

  • Lectures are boring

  • Attention spans are shorter than ever

  • Thinking is hard

  • Remember: Classes are Cooperative


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The Nature of Math/Physics/Engr

  • It takes a lot of effort for everyone

  • No short-cuts are generally possible

  • Make your courses your job

    • Avoid too many class hours for your outside schedule


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Supplemental Work

  • Read sections before class in which they are discussed

  • Start early on HW (VVVVVVI)

  • Talk to others

  • Talk to Instructor

  • Work on your own

  • Work in a group

  • Look up things on the web

  • GET INTO IT!


  • Login