Here we are at the end of the semester. There’s just one thing left to take care of before heading home for winter break – final exams. We’ve compiled a list of tips for you to help you survive those first finals of your college endeavor. Sleep: Get plenty of rest, so your brain can
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Welcome to the tail-end of the semester! The two major events coming up are Thanksgiving and final exams. We highly advise you to begin studying for finals between now and Thanksgiving. Trust us when we say that you’ll be far too busy trying to sleep off a food coma to think about finals. Studying now
It wouldn’t be college without midterms and finals. We probably spend most of our time trying to study, instead of actually having a systematic way of doing it. Don’t worry, eventually you’ll find your groove because your grades depends on it. It’s okay to feel nervous about your first college exam, or any tests for
t’s hard to believe that it’s almost March already – it feels like the semester just started. Le sigh, the time for midterm exams is upon us! We already know you’ll crush them, but we also know how important it is for you to take care of yourself during this stressful time in your academic
Hello and welcome to the endgame of your Fall Semester! The last obstacles to overcome are those dreaded finals. You’ve probably heard countless stories from your parents, friends, and everyone else in between about the long nights they spent studying for anxiety-inducing final exams. Fear not my friend, for we’re here to ease your stress.
The majority of students are most likely taking their finals remotely, so here are some memes to help ease the grueling studying process. Good luck out there!
You’ve heard all the standard ramblings on how to do better on tests like get plenty of rest and eat a healthy meal. But now we’ve compiled science based and tested tips that you can implement today. Let’s start with studying: Multitasking doesn’t exist. Most people are under the illusion they can multitask. The science
Grab your notes & coffee. Deactivate social media accounts Or at least limit time spent on social media. Did you know 28% of time spent online is social networking? Use social media as a reward, check content no more than 10 minutes a day before going to bed or during downtime. However, last thing anyone