Use that textbook, or the CDC Epidemiology one once you've gotten past the basic stuff. Read it carefully so you fully understand what it's saying, and then apply it to practice tests.Can anyone recommend a good source to study? I’ve used the handouts my school gave me and this 500 page WHO textbook, but the former doesn’t go that deep, and the latter is going really deep.
It should be on the CDC site, along with almost every topic in the rules. I'm pretty sure it's data collection > data analysis > data interpretation > data dissemination > link to action.Can anyone tell me what a good resource is to learn about the 5 steps of surveillance?
2018 - Anatomy, Crime Busters, & Road Scholar 2019 - Anatomy, Disease Detectives, Heredity, & Road Scholar
You could have the person copy definitions off the notesheet while you do the case studies (depending on how the test is structured)I'm going in with a draft (someone who doesn't do the event)...
Have them do all the ratios and calculationsI'm going in with a draft (someone who doesn't do the event)...
Code Busters(16), DD(40), FQ(39), Forensics(36), WQ(27)
CriB(26), DP (11), FF(1), MM(14), P&P(6)
CriB(36), DD(35), FF(2), MM(20)
If you have history on the note sheet and history on the test, make them do the history portion.I'm going in with a draft (someone who doesn't do the event)...
R/S Crime Busters: 1/2 Disease Detectives: 1/5 Hovercraft (both builds failed, rip): 11/9
GGSO/R/S Disease Detectives: 6/3/10 Circuit lab:11/4/- Sounds:3/2/1 Protein: -/-/6
Have you gotten any tests back?I always seem to get like below half in the rankings for this event. I feel like my cheat sheet has everything. I dont know what I am doing wrong. I also feel like I need help with calculations. Can anyone provide notes on calculations? Thanks
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