agreed, Orno is a heavy memorization event, seeing how (for TX) its usually in 2 min. stations with like, 5 or so (tons) of questions, and if you don't immediately know the bird, a book won't help.
i know when we study our A and B study together, but between the two partners, we usually split like-- you do the front, i will do the back (id and sounds) and then everything else, we both need to know...
No matter what the experiment's result, there will always be someone eager to:(a) misinterpret it(b) fake it, or (c) believe it supports his own pet theory.
- 3rd Model This, 17th Bio Process Lab, 27th Science Crime Busters