How To Prepare For Finals...
It is that time of the semester again; most students are tried of classes, homeworks, projects, and studying frequently. Finals is coming which means some students are afraid of the point the final exams weights on their overall grade, while some other students are happy because the semester is coming to an end. The student who do not fall in any of these categories, do not care about schoolwork in any way or are neutral. By this time, everyone is preparing for finals in his or her own way. Some result to studying little or excessively, some students do not because they do not care or because their grade without the final exam is so high that a low grade on the final will not hurt their grade much. I believe the best ways to prepare for finals are studying with study guides, begin studies about two weeks to final exam, and adequate relaxation.
First, i believe every student who has graduate middle school should know what a study guide is. Any way, a study guide is a list of topics that are to be studied for an upcoming test, quiz, or exam. Most teacher or professors usually give out study guides to their students. With a study guide, studying would be less stressful, more easier, and confusing. With a study guide, a student would be able to pick out information from both notes and test that are relevant for the final exam. No student would want to study for a final from text books and note, with littleor no assurance that the portion they are studying is going to be on the final exam. If a students study's the wrong topics for the final exam, he or she has ended up wasting their time. Study guides are like maps for exams without them, students are easily lost.
Another helpful tip on studying for finals is to start studies about two weeks to the date of the final exam. Starting early might sound very distressing, but it is very effective. Think about it, if a student starts studying early for the final exam, he or she would have more time to cover more chapters or topics from their study guides or books. Another advantage of early preparation is that procastinative student might not be affected. A student who is fund of procastinating might have time to still study in the long run. early preparation helps student to study at ease; if a student starts studying for a final exam a day before or the night before, he or she would try to memorize so much information which is impossible. early preparation helps a student to study same topic, more than once, in bits with less speed and mor comfort. "if we think that it is the early bird who gets the worm, why shouldn't the early student gt good grades".
Finally, students need to relax. It is very common to see student panicking or getting stressed out when preparing for their final exams. It is very normal for students who are concerned about their grades, but it is not helpful. The human is like a machine; when machines are used for a long stretch of time, they wear, tear, or break down due to excessive heat. The human body is no different from a machine is that sense. When students keep studying and studying without rest, they can pass out due to too much distress. Everyone needs to relax, because a relaxed mind tends to work better in most situations. To relax, students should sleep properly, try exercising, and meditating too. Relaxation is very important.
In conclusion, final exams are usually the toughest exams of any semester and class. The fear of final exams should stimulate students to study properly. The fear of finals in any student is not cowardice, but seriousness in schoolwork. In order for a student to succeed in his or her final exams, the student should have a study guide, start studying about two weeks to the final exam, and must relax adequately. With these tip, a student would not be so scared of the final exam, rather, the student would be happy about the end of the semester. The way a students prepares for final exams usually determines his or her score at the end.