know what she is talking about or if you need more information. Got any other study hacks? If you don't have notes on something, ask the teacher! 4 Adjust your study techniques to fit your subject. "Studying hard" doesn't mean studying to the point of utter exhaustion. A study practice where you study in 25 minute chunks with 5 minute breaks. Use Apps to Block Distracting Sites. Get the notes from the teacher instead. Get into a Top 100 school to earn back 100 of your course fee. Ask your friends to quiz you or write your own practice test.
Many times, panic can even deter your chances of doing well on the exam. Dont neglect the easy stuff.
Go through your notes and rewrite the most important information. The goals and layout of the test will determine how you tackle learning the material. Commercial notes like "Cliff Notes" may be appropriate study aids, but realize they're not substitutes for your own notes. It's tempting to put everything off until the night before the test. Plan review sessions beginning at least a week in advance of each exam. Avoid cramming ; it's not a good study habit. Figure out when all of your exams will be and how much of your grade they are worth. Study one battle at a time or one chapter section at a timeand then quiz yourself.
No, you should do this only as a last resort. Okay #10006, steps 1, calm down.