Final exam season is here, so all sudents everywhere are a bit crazy. However, in case anyone is in need of some extra tips on how to make their studying really count this spring, we have a few tips:
Find your study spot
Pick a place to study that’s comfortable and makes you feel productive. Some people like open spaces, while others prefer more confined areas. You can also try being near a window to allow the entry of some natural light and leaving the house to find a spot at a local coffee spot or library. You’ll also want to make sure your study space is void of distraction, clean, and organized.
The terrace of The George Payne is a good Study Spot, you have drinks, food and open space with natural light.
It’s important to treat yourself when you make some solid study progress. Tackling a challenging algebra concept, memorizing the location of every state, or grasping complex symbolism in an English novel deserves a reward. Good study rewards could be spending time with friends, go to The George Payne and have a good time : sing at the karaoke, have a Black Out Tray… or anything else that serves as a pat on the back from you to yourself.
Don’t leave it to the last minute!
Avoid cramming. If you have several tests, plan when you will study for each one, and do not forget to take breaks(The George Payne, urquinaona,4)! This is a key way to avoid stress. However if you are reading this is that it is too late, STUDY STUDY STUDY !!! FASTER!
On exam day, let it happen.
Trust that you know what you need to. If you’re properly prepared, there’s nothing you can do on exam day other than let it happen. Try not to stress, avoid cramming, and ace that test!
Remember: after exam season comes summertime.
Good luck to students everywhere on their final exams. Have a great summer!
Meet at The George Payne!!!