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Keep Calm and Ace Your Exam

You’ve studied, you’re prepared, you arrived early, and now it’s time to write. Before you dive in, take a few minutes to plan and organize your approach and reduce your stress.

Beat Exam Stress

Don’t waste your hard effort of preparing for your exams by pushing yourself past your limit on the exam day. 

Making Study Notes Accessible

Here are a few ideas to refresh study note preparation and take advantage of the latest scientific data to improve your interest and retention. 

Gearing Up for the Exam without the Cram

This is the point in the term where stopping for a few minutes to see where you are at in terms of exam prep will pay off.

Exams!

Exam season is upon us, and with it comes a fair amount of stress, anxiety, and lack of sleep. Many students might not realize that there is a way to manage your time effectively in preparation for exams.

Midterms, Late Midterms, End-of-Term Midterms….

Midterm season starts, but it never really ends. You just kind of float along through the beginning of the term, then you’re confronted with your first midterm. This ‘oh shoot’ moment can be especially jarring with online courses.

10 Disney Songs for When You Need Some Extra Motivation

Studying for an exam? Have a lot of reading ahead? Just need a pick me up. Here's a list of 10 songs so that in just 3 minutes you will feel better and be able to get your head in the game. Thanks Disney.

Time is Money

So how exactly do you do schoolwork in small increments? How do you even concentrate with only small amounts of time available? How do you make use of time when you’re not home? I’ve got a few ideas from my own experience.

Stressing about an exam? Try a dress rehearsal!

Hi Professor,

I can't thank you enough for making those old term tests available - and for strongly recommending that we do 3 or 4 dress rehearsals prior to the real thing. Here's how things went: