Finals: How to prepare
without going to extremes
By Andrew Osegi (@AEOsegi)
Alkek Library: Your home away from home.
It’s that special time of year again! As the 2012 fall semester winds down, Texas State students are gearing up for their biggest academic challenge: finals week.
Indeed, the quest for a stellar final grade will push many students to extremes, but it doesn’t have to be that way. If students take advantage of their time and resources, finals can be one of the smoothest weeks of the year.
The following tips were collected to help Texas State students shine light into the looming shadow of finals week so they can finish the semester strong.
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One reason to give thanks:
No homework over the break!
Complete classwork ahead to avoid a hectic Thanksgiving break.
By Texas State SLAC
The days are getting shorter as your to-do list is getting longer. You might be tempted to postpone your class work until after Thanksgiving because you don’t want to be doing homework while visiting family and friends, eating turkey, and sleeping off the tryptophan! But if you put off your studies, you could find yourself neck-deep in homework — and facing low motivation because the semester is almost over. Plus you’ll have the added stress of studying for finals.
Choose a better course of action by doing homework ahead of time so you can relax over the Thanksgiving break. Here’s what we suggest: Continue reading