Countdown to Final Exams
STRATEGIES ON FINISHING THE SEMESTER STRONG
ARE YOU READY?
Bring your study materials!
Countdown to Finals Workshop
Wednesday, December 9 OR Thursday, December 10
5:10-6:10 p.m., Sage 4224 8:30-9:30 a.m., Sage 4224
Learn how to prep for exams efficiently while balancing the demands of finals week
- Create a personal time plan for each day remaining in the semester
- Understand how to construct and use multiple types of "study guides"
- Practice using test-taking tips to analyze test questions
- Have an opportunity to address their personal concern
Take Care of Yourself
Plan ahead. Take a break. Don't Panic
Don't Stress. Do your Best.
Take the Time
Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail.
Walk-In Test Preparation Assistance
December 7 - 14
Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 8:15-10:15 a.m. and 12:40-1:40 p.m.
Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Friday, 10:20 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Reading and Study Skills Center, Nursing/Education Room 201 (across from Swart Hall)
Using your own course materials, get advice on:
- Creating study sheets
- Using review strategies that work
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Reading/Study Center instructors are available for individual consultation regarding these and other study skills topics.
For more information, contact:
Reading and Study Skills Center
Nursing and Education Building, Room 201
As always, Reading and Study Skills instructors welcome the opportunity to meet individually with you on any reading or study skills topic. Appointments can be arranged through our website, e-mail, phone, or in person, as explained below. Please let them know if you have questions.
Director, Reading and Study Skills Center
College of Education and Human Services
THINGS TO REMEMBER
2. Set reasonable expectations when it comes to planning as your brain needs a break from studying (time to sleep, exercise, and eat well).
3. Take care of your physical self and treat your body kindly so that you can be mentally sharp.
4. Eat well and get exercise to promote physical and mental health, thus leading to academic success.
5. Utilize the resources available to you on campus (tutoring and the writing center), form study groups and meet with your professors. Lastly, if your residence hall is too noisy, head to the library.