It’s that time of the year again… I don’t know about you, but my final final exams (of my undergraduate degree) are right around the corner and I’m kind of freaking out.
Fortunately, this term I only have two finals: animal behavior and vertebrate zoology (plus a lab practical). To kind of get out of my own head and re-energize, I thought I’d share some of my exam tips.
Obviously, types of exams (this will be geared especially towards American exams as British exams typically call for more revision) are going to vary by major, class structure, where you go to university, etc. and study habits are all relative, so don’t take these and hard and fast rules, just suggestions!
Make a schedule, timeline or to do list: For big exams or projects, I like to make a schedule of things to do everyday or week before the exam or deadline to stay on top of the work.