How to NOT cram

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How to NOT cram:

How to NOT cram By experts: Cody Flanary , Cece Walker, and Page Kemp

Do tests leave you stressed?:

Do tests leave you stressed?

Are you constantly waiting until the night before to study?:

Are you constantly waiting until the night before to study?

Do you have panic parties instead of fun parties?:

Do you have panic parties instead of fun parties?

Do you catch yourself in fits of rage about exam day?:

Do you catch yourself in fits of rage about exam day?

We have some simple strategies to keep you sane during test time:

We have some simple strategies to keep you sane during test time

By watching this helpful video, you can be prepared ON TIME for your next test:

By watching this helpful video, you can be prepared ON TIME for your next test

We will teach you how to prepare::

We will teach you how to prepare: One month before the test One week before the test One night before the test

One month before :

One month before Take good notes, PAY ATTENTION, you are already in class, might as well learn! Avoid using your phone, it is distracting The harder you work in class, the less you will need to study later Basic idea: Go to class and focus

SCENE 1: ONE MONTH BEFORE:

SCENE 1: ONE MONTH BEFORE To demonstrate this point, the following scene has been filmed from a real live classroom: Teacher: Cece Walker Bad student/preppy guy: Cody Flanary Good student/thug: Page Kemp Scene: First day of class

One week before:

One week before Begin reviewing your notes Make flashcards for definitions and formulas Read chapters covered in class DON’T wait to start reviewing Find questions to ask in class or during office hours

SCENE 2: ONE WEEK:

SCENE 2: ONE WEEK Page is diligently reviewing her notes and listing her questions for class Cody is being a loser by avoiding his homework until later

One Day Before:

One Day Before Review flashcards and notes, don’t reread all the chapters, review main concepts and points Go to bed at a decent hour, a rested mind is best All the information should be review, not new information Ask others for help but not to re-teach the class

SCENE 3:

SCENE 3 It’s the day before the test and Page is prepared. She is leaving the library early and feels good about the test. Cody is beginning his studying at 11pm and having a heart attack. He feels very unprepared and has no idea what any of the lecture material means. Cody wants to steal Page’s review, she stands strong against this unethical practice.

TEST DAY:

TEST DAY Page gets to relax before the test and remain calm. Cody is studying until the last second and is incredibly nervous.

POST TEST:

POST TEST Page earned her grade. She not only got an A but actually understands what is going on in class. Cody got a good grade (B) but is suffering from the emotional anxiety of cramming. He still feel confused about some concepts and will not retain the information.

In Review:

In Review Pay attention in class to maximize time already on campus and avoid long hours in the library. Review and do any chapter readings a week before the test so there is time to ask questions. Review key points the night before and get a good night’s sleep, a relaxed brain works best.

Happy Testing:

Happy Testing

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