When working with other people you will have to liaise with them on a regular basis. It is surprising how much more you can get out of these meetings with a little preparation and a willingness to listen.
When you are in a team it is important to contribute and to allow others to contribute. A good team member will:
Working on your own and in groups
"Do you like to study on your own or with other people?"
"I prefer to study on my own, I think thats the way I work best. Sit in a quiet room by myself with my lecture notes and my textbook ..."
Listening is one of the most important things to do during a meeting. It is very easy to concentrate so much on your own contribution that you miss something important.
Listening skills include:
Study on your own/in groups
"In chemistry there's a good balance of group work and individual work. "
"I tend to prefer studying on my own I feel that if I'm on my own my time is being much better spent..."
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