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FRENCH

EXAM PREP May 2022

CHEMISTRY

MATH

FRENCH EXAM

CHEMISTRY EXAM

MATH EXAM

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Every study session should have two 20-minute sections each, separated by a 10-minute break. So, each color band means 50 minutes.

Learn what you study! How? Relate it to aspects of your life, to things that interest you, explain it in your own words, and look for examples of things you know.

Did you know that you learn what you explain to another person better than what you simply read or see? Meet up to study with a classmate and go over the most difficult subjects together, test each other, and help each other in the areas in which you are strongest.

At the end of each session, make small summary cards of what you've learned; this will force you to recall what you have studied and you will be able to see if you understand everything or if you need to go back over something.

Tip: Remove anything that could be a distraction from your study area: your phone, tablet, games, or any other objects that normally occupy your attention.

Always start the study session by trying to answer the questions you wrote down on the summary cards from previous sessions. This technique is called spaced repetition and gives very good results.

Divide the content you are going to study into as many parts as days you are going to dedicate to it. In this case, we have used five study days so that you don't study more than two subjects on the same day and only one the day before the exam.

Before you start studying, prepare the materials you'll need: notebooks, books, pens, calculators, online materials...

Did you know that it's proven that people who study with good lighting get better exam results? I'll just leave that there