I definitely cram the night before exams but I won't advise anyone to do
that. If you want to read just for the exam, you can cram the night
before, but if you wanna learn something for life then studying
regularly would be the one to go with.
The former might just get you through the exams but doesn't make an
impact on how you want to be academically when you graduate or after.
I also try to pace out my studies myself but sometimes I don't get time
so I just read the previous night and that's not a good thing. I'm
telling you, option B is the wiser choice. Good luck!
How about family guys? Do you have any uncomfortable situations
where people in your family ask about your GPA, then compare with
cousins or comment on whether you should still be spending in studies
in case your grades are dropping?
The million dollar question right in front of exams, "Have you
studied for the exams? How prepared are you?"
So yeah, do you prepare in the last minute like me right now, trying to
zip past hoards of recorded video lectures. Thankfully half of them, I
have watched once already and some classes I had attended, or else I'll
be in hot soup.
Also, how about your preparation or daily study routine throughout the
semester? Have you prepared for exams well in advance?
Or are you in the same ship as me?
Sorry that I had to post about exams, it's in the air.
Hope exam preparations fetch some votes from y'all. Thank you in
Have a great day and all the best for your exams, people !!!
I usually keep oscillating between library and home. If I want to watch
video lectures without headphones I choose to study at home. But due to
the amount of distractions at home (as I live in a shared room), I tend
to prefer library usually.
What is that thing which makes you proud of joining your university?
Personally, I'm a huge fan of my university's library. It's got so many
facilities like UBorrow, Inter Library Loan, app development center and
digital device lending. There are so many books, traditional
blackboards, study carrels and even study rooms with a huge TV and sound
system. There is a separate floor for graduates, there are many
buildings of which one is open 24x7. The internet speed is just too good
and the furniture is of different variety for you to choose according to
your comfort. Then there is also a Star Bucks nearby to keep you awake
and alert with coffee.