I have a couple questions:
That's great - it frees up a lot of room on your notes sheet. I would focus on adding more diseases, as there always seems to be an identification section (bacteria, fungus, virus, etc.) and you can earn much higher places by preparing extensively for this section.
What exactly do you mean by the identification section?
Also, are there any specific diseases that occur more frequently than others?
So I was doing research, and I found Koch's Postulates. Are those worth putting on notes?
Also, are there any other things like that that I should know?
Keep in mind that I'm in Division C, so there may be slight
differences in content. But I think it's pretty much the same.
By identification, I mean determining whether a specific disease is called by a bacteria, virus, etc. In my experience I haven't done too well in this section but have still managed to place very high, so doing well in this section can help you out a LOT. Add a ton of diseases to your sheet - basic symptoms, incubation period, and agent type. As for diseases that occur more than others - Ebola (obviously), influenza, tetanus, polio, and any other "famous" ones seem to be prevalent. Definitely add Koch's Postulates and other similar things such as Hill's Criterion for Causation, study types, etc. Try to focus on vocabulary and study types, as there seem to be pretty big sections on both of these topics on the tests I've looked at.