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Conor Bellone, Staff Writer

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With Finals this Thursday, students’ minds are filled with facts and equations, and their notes filled with corrections and footnotes. With the exam just around the corner, these students say how they’re preparing for the tests and what advice they’d give to the incoming freshmen.

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  • “...reviewing over the details and going over the stuff I don’t know: I go through the test and see through the one’s that I struggle with and do those problems again…” “I think they’ll figure it out. They’re good.” -Nick Ewing, Sophomore

  • “...I study review packets, looking back at notes that I’ve taken during the year. Studying with friends definetly helps, even though you do get distracted, for some reason you retain information better.” “Study early, not the last three days before finals. It really does help to prepare even like two weeks earlier…”-Maryam Mullenix, Junior

  • “I’m studying some… looking over my notes that I have in my folders, mostly.” “Just study as much as you can and try not to stress about it too much." -Natalie Mckittrick, Freshman

  • “... a lot of the teachers give out study guides so I’m using those to my advantage. And, I feel like a lot of it will be reviewing back through my notes that I’ve taken.” “Don’t wait ‘til the last minute to study.” -Chris McDonald, Sophomore

  • “I’m looking over my old work, and stuff, and doing the reviews.” “Don’t put it off until the week before, start in advance. And, if you have a review packet: do it. And don’t be afraid to ask questions.” -Sam Cohens, Sophomore

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