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How do you study for finals?

Timothy Alvare

Timothy Alvare

*Photos by Anthony Johnson/Signal
Timothy Alvarez – Communication Studies: “One thing I do is a lot of reading, a lot of studying, but one of the things I’ve noticed that helps me out is that I make sure I get plenty of rest and I get a good diet. I eat right so that way I’m not all tired out and don’t want to do any studying.
Jessica Preston – Communication Studies: “Basically I just go through the semester— all my notes. I kinda go through all my highlights in my book. I make sure to take plenty of hot baths to relax myself and just go for it.”
Chelsea Taitano – Biology: “First I basically just sit down and start organizing everything that I need to prepare for and then I start with step one, which is ‘what’s my first final?’ I study at least two to three, sometimes four days for that first final and then when I’m done with that, it’s just automatic into my next final. Good luck with finals!”
Raina Chelise – Communication Studies: “I make a lot of index flash cards and I use that kind of like a game show where you kind of test yourself. It’s cool to have other students from the class help too so that you can test with each other.  I get a lot of sleep. That’s the most important part, I guess.”

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