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Weekly Schedule Form
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Before The Exam

If you are taking 5 courses - you get 40 classroom lectures and 20 textbook chapters; thus, you are
responsible for 200 lectures and 100 textbook chapters.

Organizing Your Time:

Schedule your time available to you in the week before finals. Use the Weekly Schedule Form. Fill in
the time blocks that will be taken up by meals, meeting, job (if you have one), and recreation.

Next fill in your classes. Do not miss your classes. You will be responsible for the lectures themselves,
and you will want to hear the instructor's answers to students' questions about the exam. Fill in the time
you will need to complete term papers and other assignments. Make sure you get them done before
exam week. You do not want un-finished business to interfere with your study or to distract your thinking
during exams.

You should find that some extra time is available toward the end of the week. Use it to study for your
exams. Fill in the exact study times and subjects. In the time blocks write exactly what you will study.
For example, "Study economics, chapters 1 to 10" or "Summarize sociology notes." Make a schedule
that you will be able to follow, and then follow it.

Toward the end of the week before finals, make up another schedule -- this one for exam week. Fill in
the times for your exams and for your meals and recreation. Remember that you must be in tip-top
shape mentally, emotionally, and physically if you are to do your best on the exams. Do not skip meals,
recreation, or sleep to get in more study time.

By finals week, the bulk of your preparation should be completed, and most of your summaries should
be in order. Leave a block of time immediately before each exam to review the summary sheets for that
exam. The less time you allow between this last review and the exam, the less forgetting will take place.
Review calmly and thoughtfully, and carry this clam, thoughtful behavior right into the exam room.