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Well, it's almost time for sleepless nights, long hours in the library, and night after night of constant cramming. It's almost time for finals. In less than 2 weeks, I will be taking my 6 final exams. I'm going to start reviewing and getting prepared for them tonight. I know I probably should've started weeks ago, but it's hard to keep up with studying for mid-term exams (regularly scheduled exams) and still try to study for final exams. A word of advice for interested students, try to keep up with the information throughout the semester so that it'll be easier on you when this time comes. I'm not totally behind in studying, but I'm not entirely up to date either. Also, one thing that helps me is to make a study schedule based on the order of the tests, the difficulty of the material, and the amount of material. As I been attempting to do the entire semester, I'll study some classes every day and some every other day. I'm going to try to give myself at least 2-3 days of pure review of everything before each final (new material and old material already learned).
This semester has been going pretty good for me, so now I'm going to prepare for a good ending as well.