Midterms go one of two ways: you come out feeling uneasy, but did surprisingly well, or you come out feeling uneasy and totally bombed. If you& the latter (don& worry, I& been there), hopefully you will reevaluate what you did to prepare for that.
Writing a Study Plan: A Guide to Planning for Finals
If I am in an older classroom I will teach them how to create a weekly planner and plan time to study for test, quizzes, etc. I will do this because I know that distributed practice is much more efficient for memory than massed practice is.
Student Binder for Back-to-School (with Free Printables!)
This amazing free printable student binder includes planning sheets, scheduling pages, and tracking pages for everything a student needs! (Many of the pages would work for students and non-students alike!) Click over to the post to snag the free printable
So today, I decided to show an in-depth look on how to create a study schedule. Creating a study schedule was one of my ways to ace your final exams. This is a 3 step guide and I do recommend doing all 3 steps, but you can also use just a coup