Exam Tips

Kayla takes advantage of her study time in study hall

Mr. Conant

Kayla takes advantage of her study time in study hall

Cristian Gilkerson, Student Reporter

As exams are coming up,  you might be stressing out about studying. Well here are some quick tips to help you study better and help improve your memory:

  1. Speak out loud what you are reading:

When you hear something spoken out loud you are 50% more likely to remember it than just simply reading it

  1. Reward yourself when you get something right:

Give yourself a little treat when you get a question right, your brain will remember the good feeling when you reward yourself and allow your brain to remember it.

  1. Take study breaks:

After studying for while, take breaks! Your brain won’t remember what your trying to learn if it’s stressed and overworked, so take short little breaks after studying for 20-30 mins

  1. Listen to some music:

While you’re studying, listen to some music you like that isn’t loud and crazy! The music will help absorb the information

  1. Get a good night’s rest!

While studying and also during exams get a good night’s rest! If you’re tired you are less likely to remember all the information you’re giving your brain.

Here are our exam schedule:

Tuesday, January 10th

8:00-10:05 – 1st period exam

10:20-12:20 – 2nd period exam

12:20-12:45 – MS study period/ HS lunch

12:45 – 1:05 – HS study period/ ms lunch

1:10 – 3:20 – Study hall provided

Wednesday, January 11th

8:00-10:05 – 3rd period exam

10:20-12:20 – 4th period exam

12:20-12:45 – MS study period/ HS lunch

12:45 – 1:05 – HS study period/ ms lunch

1:10 – 3:20 – Study hall provided

Thursday, January 12th

8:00-10:05 – 5th period exam

10:20-12:20 – 6th period exam

12:20-12:45 – MS study period/ HS lunch

12:45 – 1:05 – HS study period/ ms lunch

1:10 – 3:20 – Study hall provided

Friday, January 13th

8:00 – 10:05 – 7th period exam

10:20 – 12:20 – 8th period exam

12:20 – Dismissal