Tips for Finals Week!

Hello Honorites!

It is almost time for the end of the semester and for the beginning of Finals Week! Here are 5 study tips to get you through Finals Week from the Princeton Review!

1. Be the “explainer”.

Explaining something to someone else is one of the best ways to determine what you have down cold, what you need to take a second look at.

2. Have a study buddy? Don’t split the work.

Have a friend make a study sheet for the final exam separately, then get together after you both are done and review the topics together. That way you are less likely to miss something.

3. Turn the TV off and the music on.

Music can help you focus IF you pick the right songs. Forget brand new albums or your favorite songs that might break your concentration when you need to study. Instead, listen to music you already know all the words to, but don’t feel compelled to sing along.

4. Can’t stop singing? Put everything to music!

See if you can make up new lyrics to your favorite songs that incorporate the formulas or historical dates you have to memorize. Things are a lot easier to remember with a good beat.

5. Read it. Write it. Say it.

Go through your notes and pull out the key points by reading them, re-writing them, then saying them out loud. This method really helps some students commit facts to memory.


***ALSO! Please note that the Honors Lounge/Computer Lab is open 24 hours to HONORS Students! PLEASE use these resources to your advantage! And GOOD LUCK during finals week!