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4 ways to study a week before an exam



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Ashley Pritchard, MA

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This article was co-authored by Ashley Pritchard, MA. Ashley Pritchard is an academic and school counselor at Delaware Valley Regional High School in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Ashley has over 3 years of experience in high school, college and career counseling. She holds an MA in School Counseling with a focus on mental health from Caldwell University and is certified as an independent education consultant through the University of California, Irvine. This article has been viewed 250 1

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To study the week before your graduation, first block the time throughout the week to study rather than doing everything at the last minute. Then, as you read and review, highlight and underline keywords, phrases and concepts to actively process what you are reading. When you have finished reading, make notes about the main ideas and supporting details that can help you remember them. You can also create flashcards or offsets to help you memorize important information. In addition, do practice tests if they are available, or work with a friend and test each other on the test material. Continue reading for tips on how to find or create good study spaces the week before the exam!

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