Fives Ways to Great Semester

My Spring semester starts next week and I both dreading it and excited for it.  I decided to take a few days off from blogging because it is my last week on winter break but I am back now!  So if you are like me just reading the syllabus can be stressful, especially if it’s a professor that you’ve never had before.  I literally have to tell myself that I will be able to handle the course work to de-stress myself.  Because of this I have decided to share with y’all five things I will be doing differently this semester so I can get the best grades I can achieve. Enjoy!

Five Ways to a Great Semester

1. Review the material before class.  If possible read the whole chapter.  My Anatomy & Physiology professor would always tell the class to do this but, being a bad student, I did’t bother with reading ahead of class.  This past semester, though, I had to read the chapter before class because my professor had the class take quizzes before the class.  Reading the chapter before class made a huge difference.  I was already familiar with the topic once I got to lecture so it was my second time hearing about the topic so it helped me memorize better and I got a A in that class.

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Getting Through Finals | Blogmas Day 7 ❄️🎅🏼🎄🎁

Hello!!

It is currently dead week for me meaning that finals are next week.  It also means that a lot of students are panicking or will start to panic soon.

For me finals are something I just want to get over with.  There have been a hand full of finals that I have truly been nervous for, Anatomy & Physiology for example.

There is no doubt this is a stressful time, especially if this final could make you pass or fail the class, again Anatomy & Physiology for me.  Because of this I have decided to share some of my tips to get through finals week! I hope this helps out all the student. Enjoy!

Getting Through Finals

Avoid Cramming: Most people like to study the night before the test but then feel fried once it’s time to take the test.  Instead plan out a few weeks depending on how hard the subject is for you.  This way you are better prepared and will feel better about the test.

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