Finals will be here before you know it, what should you do?
This video will discuss creating a ‘Backwards Calendar.' What does this mean? How will it help? Watch and find out.
(Watch on YouTube: Finals. Click CC for transcription)
Start getting familiar with the following study strategies:
- How to overcome procrastination
- How to study while doing mundane tasks like chores or working out
- How to study in the bathroom
- How to avoid burning out
- How to utilize flashcards effectively
Let me know in the comments below what study strategies you find are most helpful!
John Guillen says
I still have a quiz on chapter 10 tomorrow and then another quiz on chapter 11 on the 30th. Our final exam is on Dec 6th. I broke it down where I review chap 1 & 2 tomorrow after my quiz and then review. Weekends I’ll have to read a chapter in 2 days because I work weekends over night. I have a good schedule laid out on my calendar.
I think the chapters I worry about the most are: Chemical Reactions, Acid and Bases, Stereochemistry (R, S, chirality, Meso..etc), Alkyl Halides, Nucleophilic sub, and then the remainder of the chapters: Synthesis and Reactions of Alkenes, Alkynes. I am not too sure on those reactions.
John, overall sounds like a good schedule. I will encourage you to try and get through most chapters a bit faster and give yourself slightly more time for the listed worrisome chapters.