If a thread like this exists then admins can delete my thread and I will happily read the existing ones. I will need a 3.8 GPA in a science/engineering degree, most likely will major in something physics related. I read that I will need to study minimum of 6 hours a day which doesn't really seem that much since i will be living on campus and I also read that I need to have flawless algebra, calculus and good at logical thinking. These all seem like very general and basic requirements to do well but I want to know how to actually study i.e. make study notes or mostly solve problems or use the Feynman method (try to explain concepts to myself) or etc. I know that I should do what works for me but I hated high school because it is very rote-learning focused and I didn't like the structure of courses in high school so my studying experience in high school is mostly useless (except may be for maths because high school maths isn't that bad). Any advice would be very appreciated!