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Recharging Your Batteries Before Exams

This time of year is one that induces stress in both high school and college students alike. Exams are around the corner, with that comes the late nights and loss of social life. I am here to give you some advice from my college experience. Recharge your batteries. students-relaxing

Something can be said about the benefits of studying 72 hours in five days, but when does it become too much? Studying is an important part of getting good grades, but what use is working your brain to the nub when you are too tired to recall the information you have learned. Read the rest of this entry »



Keeping Your Head Above All The Exams

studyingWhether its college or high school finals, IB Testing, AP Testing, or any other testing that is held during the tail end of school, the beginning of May signifies a long month for me and a number of other students. For me specifically, its IB testing.

IB testing encompasses the entire month of May with tests starting next Monday, the fourth, and lasting through May 22. Of course, just my luck, I have tests on the opening day all through May until the 22nd. I will be taking Psychology HL, Physics HL, English HL, Calculus SL, and Spanish SL. Throw in the AP Calculus test and I’m sure you can see I have quite the busy month ahead of me! Read the rest of this entry »



Making Good Use of Fall Break

While college students may get the next week off, or a little longer, high school students will more than likely only get off starting Wednesday. Although this may not seem like a very long break, five days can actually seem like quite a long time once it rolls around!

Not only is this break meant to give time for students to spend time with family, it is also meant to serve as a time before finals to relax and enjoy themselves for a few days. I know for my friends and myself, this break couldn’t have come at a better time. With the way things are going and school work piling higher and higher with each passing day, it’ll be nice to have a long weekend to relax but also complete college applications.

During the break would be a great time for seniors to start finalizing applications. Especially the applications due December 1. I have a few applications due and thankfully I have those applications done, but I want to have all my other applications done by the time Christmas break rolls around so that time can be used for total relaxation!

So take advantage of fall break! Whether its catching up on lost sleep or college applications or school work, use your time however you want and enjoy the long weekend!





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