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Day#7 :List out all your topics, and highlight those you are least familiar with. I also love listing out the resources/materials I have to study. Here is an example of mine: http://studentstoolbox.com/a-week-before-exam/If you have already gone through most of the things (i.e. you actually attended and paid attention during class, or have covered the reading materials), you shouldn’t be too worried. However, if you haven’t done so, you should definitely start to tackle the thing
I just read this and it did actually help me think through how to do a few things differently. As every semester passes, I refine and redefine how I study and one of my biggest tricks is watching what works for others. I like her tips for note taking in class. I'm horrible about paying attention in class. It's just so boring. But this year has to be different.!
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