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Studying for final exams seems like a pointless grind that is blocking the way to winter break, but it is actually much more important than that. All the time that you have spent in the classroom, doing homework, making projects, and taking quizzes, leads up to this. Final exams are not to be underestimated, they make up a significant percentage of your overall grade and shows that the hundreds of hours that you have spent in class and doing work has not gone to waste. Due to the significance of final exams I will provide you with 3 general guidelines that you should follow and study tips.

All the time that you have spent in the classroom, doing homework, making projects, and taking quizzes, leads up to this.

Firstly, exercise, eating healthy, and sleeping more than 7 hours a day, will provide you with a strong and stable infrastructure that will make remembering concepts easier. Simply put, you can’t have a healthy mind without a healthy body. Second, different subjects require different study methods. Solving fifty math problems may help you with math but using this same approach to English will not work, you must find a study technique for each subject that works for you the best. Lastly, to understand what is going on in class you must also dedicate time outside of class to go to tutorial, study, read, etc. Going to class for an hour is not enough to truly understand the complex topics that are present in your classes.

As for actually studying, keeping your old notes, quizzes, and tests will essentially show you what will be on the final exam. Unless your teacher warns you about questions on topics that you have not learned in class, is not in your notes, homework, quizzes, or tests, then you have all the content that will be on the final exam. Organizing these materials and simplifying the information onto note cards or into one document will make studying months of information a lot easier. If studying in a group is effective for you, always study with people that are smarter than you, they will show you techniques that they have used to get ahead. If you are struggling to find smart people willing to help you study tutors are a great option to seek for help.

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