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    How Are You Preparing For Finals?

    We know that for those of you who are in school, whether it’s high school or college, you’re now officially preparing for your fall/end-of-semester finals. We also know that those tests are a big deal. And while studying habits might not seem like the most exciting topic, we might as well get through this together. Who knows, maybe you have some tips and tactics that could help a fellow PI gal!

    Do you cram with flashcards? Study with friends at the library? Wait until the last second or prepare weeks in advance? Give us the details…and then promptly return to those books. 🙂

    Answer the polls below, then let us know more in the comments.

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    13 COMMENTS

    1. I don’t study for finals, and I don’t really celebrate after they’re done. My teachers should be good enough to keep me informed and interested during class (though mostly, they’re not up to par on that one).l

    2. My teachers usually have study guides and reviews before all the big tests and thats how I study, Im always worried I might jinx the tests if I study and then happen to forget everything.. so other than the reviews in class, I don’t study..Although I should… yep!

      • Yes. So many tips. Go to the library. Download self control app (it blocks sites that distract you). Put on your favorite playlist lightly. Rewrite your notes and highlight ones that confuse you. Flash cards help too! Get Starbucks or food when you need a little break 🙂

      • Tips! From my personal experience, finals aren’t as bad as people make them out to be. As long as you have studied the material and aren’t overly stressed out, you should be fine! Going into the tests confident that you know the long studied for material, and having faith that you’ll do great helps too! There is no need to be nervous! I’m sure you’ll do fantastic!!!!

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