Midterm Study Tips: How to Plan and Thrive During Midterms

Midterms occur this month for High School Students. These are important exams and require effort and planning. Here are some basic midterm study tips that will help you thrive and avoid unneeded stress.

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1. Early and Often- Start to study early and give yourself time. 15 minutes of review a day over a few weeks is much more effective than 3 hours of cramming.

2. Collect and Organize- Gather and organize all of your papers, worksheets, notes, old quizzes, tests, etc from the classes in one place. Typically midterms cover the entire year to date so work from September and October is important.

3. Ask Questions Now- Whether you typically need help or see your teacher outside of class, it is a good idea to clarify any information or answer any questions you have early in the study process.

4. Know Your Abilities- Identify your areas of need. People tend to redundantly study information that they already know because it’s more comfortable. Make a plan to address your areas of need.

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