If you prefer videos, watch the youtube video where we cover our 3 part series on how to study smart. In the first video I explained why you should be revising in 3 hour blocks of deep work and in this video I’m gonna give you my top 5 tips on how to stay focused in these sessions of high-intensity work. If you don’t know what deep work is, I highly suggest you watch the first video of the series and then come back to this video. Let’s get into it.
If you prefer videos, watch the youtube video where we cover our 3 part series on how to study smart. During my A-levels and high school I always performed really well in exams. And then I went to university to study Dentistry and it all went downhill. I went from getting over 90% in all my exams to just scraping a 50% pass. It was only around 4th year when I read this book that I realised what the problem was. Stick around to find out.
If you prefer videos, watch the youtube video where we cover our 3 part series on how to study smart. I only revise 9-5 and I’m not joking, I do what ever I want after 5pm pretty much right up until exam time and that’s because whenever I study, I’ve trained myself to be so intensely focused for 3 hours that I don’t need to revise anytime after 5pm.
Hi everyone, in this real-time study with us we’re going to work with no distractions for 3hours followed by a 2hour break and then another 4hours of deep work.
In this video, I cover the best way to read Dental Bitewings and Peri-apical radiographs, and I’ve come up with an easy way to remember how to report on them with a simple acronym – CREPS.
Implant Basics – What Every Dentist Should Know with Dr. Anoushiravan Ariakish
5 step technique on how to give good oral hygiene instructions (OHI) and we’ve included evidence based psychology.
In this blog we cover all the essential Dental Diagnoses you need to know including caries, pulpal, periapical. periodontitis (gum disease), tooth surface loss (Erosion, Attrition, Abrasion, Abfraction), dentine hypersensitivity and some others!