Preparing for exams is an active process. This means planning (figuring out what you need to know), reviewing (making sure you know and understand the material), and maintaining your health and environment for success.
Before you begin studying, collect information about the exam, including:
Consider your own priorities and commitments when you prepare for exams.
Your responses to these questions may affect your study plan. You may have less time to study than some of your classmates or a less flexible schedule. That’s okay; the important thing is to have a good understanding of what you want to get out of your studying and your goals for the exam preparation process.
A study plan can help you stay organized and on track when you have a lot to do.
For each course:
You can find out more about creating a five-day study plan, including a downloadable template that organizes the planning and review processes.
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