There’s a big thing now about achieving success through visualisation. Sport, surgery, you name it, by visualising the task ahead, and thinking about how you might achieve it, react to obstacles and prepare in advance, you stand yourself in much better stead when the time comes. When reading through notes, picture yourself in a cubicle with a patient. What does the patient look like? What are they going to say/ask you? What are you going to do? How will you treat them? This way when the time comes, you’ll effectively have done it before, and will have a much more contextual understanding of the material, rather than abstract concepts on a sheet of paper.