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If it’s during your regular lunchtime, eat a snack or a small lunch before. You won’t be able to focus if your stomach is making noises or you have a headache.
The world won’t end and your friends won’t abandon you if you skip one night out or miss a sporting event. The only reason to be up all night before an exam is if you’re pulling an all-nighter!
DON’T PROCRASTINATE. Seriously. Just don’t. If you took good notes and you study them, you’ll do fine!
If you meet with them, made an effort in class, and still don’t do well on the exam they will be way more open to working something out because you showed that you tried.
Make sure it’s organized so you aren’t using all of your time trying to find a formula. Color code it, label it, do what you have to do!
Don’t waste time staring at the question, you’ll just get flustered and frustrated.
Start with the essay/short answer questions and finish with the multiple choice ones. You don’t want to rush on the questions that are worth the most points.
Once I turned in a test and realized I missed an entire page… However, don’t use this extra time to second guess yourself. Be confident in your answers, but double check for spelling errors in essays or revisit the ones you starred.
It’s school policy to make accommodations for students who need them! Don’t be embarrassed about any of these things. A lot of professors can relate and only want to see you succeed!
I know this one is obvious, but really. You could get kicked out of school for cheating and that’s the last thing you want. If you didn’t study, do your best, take the L, try to find some extra credit, but don’t cheat. One test grade isn’t going to make or break you, but getting kicked out of college will.
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