Preparing the Mind

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Preparing the Mind

Rachel Austin studying for her Calculus exam.

Rachel Austin studying for her Calculus exam.

Amanda Davis

Rachel Austin studying for her Calculus exam.

Amanda Davis

Amanda Davis

Rachel Austin studying for her Calculus exam.

Amanda Davis, Staff writer

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     Exams are usually a subject that tend to stress out a lot of people out and it doesn’t help when students don’t feel prepared for exams either.

     Some teachers choose to continue teaching the last week before exams giving students zero time to actually review the material they need to know. Instead, they are learning new information, making it hard for them to know everything to pass their exams.

     How can students expect to test well when they get a study guide last minute? Logically if we got only one night till our exams five tests to study for plus one that we haven’t looked at yet, there is a big probability that tests won’t be as high of a grade as the other ones.

     Students can’t be expected to perform well when they only had a night or two to study. Teachers should understand that they need to prepare for exams if they want anyone pass them.

     It can be as simple as going over a review guide and explaining it all to students. They will get a general concept of the material they need to know as well as the study guide with correct answers to look over before the test.

     All students want is to pass their exams and make it through high school. It would be a big boost if teachers would help out students by making exams a little bit easier for us.

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