hi friends! So today, I decided to show an in-depth look on how to create a study schedule. Creating a study schedule was one of my ways to ace your final exams. This is a 3 step guide and I do recommend doing all 3 steps, but you can also use just a couple of these steps and still be successful! 1 What do I have to study? My first step to making my exam schedule is figuring out what I actually have to study for each class and writing it into this broken down guide. This makes it very easy…
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What should you do in the last 24 hours before an exam? For one thing, you should eat a healthy breakfast. It will keep you full up until lunch time and give your body and brain the nutrients it needs to ace that exam. For more tips on how to get through those last 24 hours before an exam click here: http://www.lifemoreextraordinary.com/revision/how-to-spend-the-last-24-hours-before-an-exam/ #exams #study #revision
Want to hear a horror story? Of course you do. We all do–it’s 2017, after all, which is basically an IRL horror story, at this point. Anyway, here it is–It’s finals season. I know–it’s scary. But you’re prepared, right? You are, I assume, planning on studying when you get home from school this very day.