BMHS PrideTime Reporter
With midterms coming up, things can be pretty hectic. If you get stressed during these times or if you have trouble thinking of effective ways to prepare, read ahead:
1. Sleep: You need sleep. Sleep will help you throughout your midterms and finals. Get approximately 8.5 hours of sleep. Once youŕe fully rested you can fully concentrate on your exams.
2. Make your own study sessions: Studying in groups can help you in many ways. One being that you can refer on one another to see if they remember how to do one thing that you may have not remembered.
3. Stay organized: Create a schedule and stick to it. Follow your schedule, it can help you a lot so you can see what you need to study and will keep you on task.
4. Make studying fun: If you make studying fun, you can accomplish a lot of your work that needs to be done. You should reward yourself after every task you can complete so you can have a little of motivation.
5. Study for the style of exam: If it’s multiple choice, you’ll need to know definitions and concepts. For essay exams, focus on your understanding of all the concepts presented throughout the time period.
6. Go to teachers for clarification: Teachers are there for you to understand what you need to know and so that you can pass the class. Go to them for help.
7. Study things that aren’t on your study guide: Many times teachers put almost everything that will be on the test to your study guide, but it can be helpful to know other things that may have not been on your study guide