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Preparing for exams

End of term exams are coming up so it's a good time to start getting ready. Although most students would prefer to not think about an exam until the night before, you'll be in much better shape if you get a head start on studying. Here are a couple of suggestions that should help:
  • Prepare a study sheet for each exam. Study sheets should include reading summaries, class notes and handouts.

  • Spend time either typing or neatly writing the study sheets. In the process of completing them, you will be giving yourself a thorough review of the material on which you'll be tested.

  • Once the study sheets are completed, don't try to memorize them. Instead, read through your study sheets three times daily. A consistent habit of reading through them will help you remember the facts and ideas come test time.

If you've never used a method like this to study for an exam, you will be amazed how much more prepared you are than if you had just spent one night cramming everything into your head.

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