Midterms Without Stress

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It’s that time of year again when Snow College students are getting excited for Spring Break. Although, before students leave for break, there’s one thing they all need to go through: midterms.

Left: Jacob Wakefield, Eric Lee Right: Ryan Cox, Whitney Weaver , Ashlee Hendricks Snow Students getting a head start on their homework for the semester. Photo by Miranda Palsson.

Left: Jacob Wakefield, Eric Lee
Right: Ryan Cox, Whitney Weaver , Ashlee Hendricks.  Snow Students getting a head start on their homework for the semester. Photo by Miranda Palsson.

Many students experience stress when midterms are starting to get close. It is a time where students will be tested on what they have learned so far this semester. Student don’t have to suffer through this stress. There are many ways to de-stress leading up to and during midterm week.

Preparation is the key when planning for midterms. Attending classes and study sessions can help students gain and retain the knowledge of what is being taught and discussed in class. Professors have mentioned or are going to mention what students should expect for their midterms.

Student, Kenya Litster prepares for her midterms, “I make to-do lists, to ensure that I am on top of everything, so that when midterms come around I am not behind. I go to study sessions if available.”

Studying is another way to relive midterm stress. Group study sessions are great because students can get help from other students in the same course.

Miranda Palsson, a sophomore at Snow College, said that she enjoys group study sessions because “when you get a bunch of people together, ideas get flowing and so you can learn more. Since everyone knows different things, studying with a group means you’ll learn more than by studying by yourself.”

Individual studying is something each student should do leading up to their midterm. Finding a good place to study and a method of studying can help individual study sessions improve.

Kyle Friant, a Snow College sophomore, said that “finding a good place to study is super important to make sure that I actually accomplish everything I need to do for the day. Especially during midterms and finals, finding that place is even more important to make sure that I actually can keep up with everything.”

Students should prepare themselves by, making sure they take time to study. By following the outlined steps students will not have to worry. Even the most simple steps can help make sure that each student ca pass and excel in their midterms.

The Snowdrift wishes good luck to Snow College students during midterms and throughout the remainder of the Spring 2017 semester.

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