Objectives
The Facts
The Answers
Smart Exam Prep
Surviving Midterms

100

The main goal of this chapter is...

What is time management and better study habits?

100

Students will wait until they have multiple failed exams, which results in...

How did I put myself at a disadvantage in terms of grades, money, and time. 

100

True or False:

Present study habits are effective and suitable for college. 

FaLsE

100

Getting a good night's rest allows you to...

How can I perform better on your test and retain more information?

100

True or False

Breaks are needed when studying.

True 

200

Once I get my syllabus...

How early should I start applying my study habits?

200

True or False: 

You take less exams within college

True 

200

True or False: 

It is unavoidable to cram for a test. 

True 

200

I should know what to bring.

How can I show up prepared to my test?

200

Consider finals week to be finals week. 

How do I avoid procrastinate start planning ahead of time and review information and course content?

300

This chapter will prepare me on...

A. Finding information on my syllabus

B. Using my resources in college

C. Understanding my current study habits and creating new ones. 

D. None of the Above 

C. Understanding my current study habits and creating new ones. 

300

Instead of multiple failed attempts, you should...

How can I apply your study time to practicing general test prep, while also test-taking strategies and tips. 

300

True or False: 

Study habits that I had in high school will work for college. 

False 

300

Distributing my study time...

How do I plan my studying over several days?

300

What does it mean to study in reverse?

A. Study what you have learned from the beginning.

B. Focus on the most current topic than past tested ones.

C. Plan your study time according to what is being learned in class

D. None of the above 

B. Focus on the most current topic than pst tested ones. 

400

True or False: 

By monitoring my learning, it will be easier to know what to study. 

True 

400

Know what's at stake.

Hint: Syllabus 

How much is my final/ midterm exams worth in terms of grades? 

500

Cramming is inevitable, what tips should I take into consideration when I have to?

A. Be Selective 

B.Study Groups

C.Target your Lecture Notes 

D.Both A and C  

D. Both A and C

500

Who said this quote:

"I was thinking about how people seem to read the Bible a whole lot more as they get older; then it dawned on me they're cramming for their final exam."

George Carlin