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Erin Gallagan

It is a good idea to take 15 minutes each night to review your class materials. Review the topics that were covered in class that day, so it is fresh in your mind. If you focus on a tiny bit each night, you won't have to cram when it comes to test time. Flash cards are a good way to study. When you write them out, you are also reviewing the material.

Answered 2 years ago

Erin Gallagan
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Avanti Kirsten Garedo

Study at least 15-30 minutes a day going over the major topics that will be on the test. Start the same day you hear about the upcoming date of the test.

Answered 2 years ago

Avanti Kirsten Garedo
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Amanda Hurley

Keep yourself on a study schedule. Leave a timeframe everyday to study and even if you don't have anything to study, use that time to read up on your upcoming classes and see if there is anything that you can do ahead of time.

Answered 3 years ago

Amanda Hurley
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Rachel Collier

What always helped me was to break down the information into chapters or topics. Outline the topics and fill in the key points and study them one section at a time, several days before the test.

Answered 3 years ago

Rachel Collier
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Angel Hendrix

Study one topic covered on the test at a time. Create flash cards and study every time you have an open slot during the day. Even if its 15 minute bus ride, every minute counts

Answered 3 years ago

Angel Hendrix