December 12, 2018

Prepare for Finals Week

Posted on May 29, 2018 by in Features

Prepare for Finals Week

Katie Adaya

Chronicle Reporter

With finals coming up soon, students tend to stress out and panic. Here are a few tips on how to stay organized and prepare for finals week:

  • Ask questions

Being uncertain on a certain chapter, lesson, or subject is not a good sign. Instead of being shy or embarrassed, ask for help on that specific part of the lesson to help improve the overall outcome of the final grade.

  • Create a study group

Studying with a group of friends or peers can help one study better. Make sure to choose wisely on who to study with because some people tend to get off topic, which makes it harder to grasp the information. However, that does not mean that studying can’t be fun or that breaks are not allowed. As long as the work gets done, that is all that matters.

  • Have a study schedule

Time is precious, so make sure to make time to study. Plan a schedule that works around your schedule and actually do it. Also, try methods that work with your own learning abilities. Some people are visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learners. Try studying in a setting that’s most comfortable. Most people prefer quieter places such as libraries or coffee shops, whereas others prefer a louder background.

  • Get enough rest

Studying is very important, but getting enough sleep is as well. Staying up all night doesn’t help anyone. It can really drain away their energy. Instead, split the study sessions per day to avoid pulling an all-nighter the day before.

  • Eat healthy

Nutrition is a necessity. Make sure to eat a healthy meal that will allow you to concentrate when studying. Also, do not forget to eat something nutritious the day of finals.

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