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Posted by Emily Lubin on December 4, 2017
Projects and papers and finals, oh my! We know finals week can feel like the longest and most stressful time of your life, so here are some hacks to make it the best it can be. Good luck!
"It's easy to feel overwhelmed by a myriad of exams, essays and presentations when finals week looms. For the last few weeks of school, as well as finals week, I choose to stay motivated by saying to myself, 'I have to prepare and study in order to do well.' If you tell yourself you must do something, you will. If you plan out your study time and make room for a Netflix break or two, you can expect to do well on your finals."
"Reserve a group study room on the fourth floor of Bartle...quickly!"
"It’s easy to skip meals or overindulge in foods when you’re stressed. So, one of the best things you can do for yourself when you’re studying for finals is maintain a well-balanced appetite. Because your health matters!"
"As a design student, my projects are my top priority leading up to finals week. Over the years, I’ve learned many of these projects require time and materials I only have access to when I’m in the Fine Arts Building. Throughout the semesters, I’ve gotten into the habit of starting early -- that way I’m not worrying about resources, time or space to work running low as the semester finishes."
"Bartle library can be super packed, so make use of the Science Library!"
"Make sure you get enough sleep!"
"You don’t have to go so far from home to study. I book rooms in the CIW Library!"
Emily Lubin is a sophomore majoring in psychology. On campus, she enjoys being the president of Dickinson Town Council and secretary of Sigma Alpha Lambda. In her free time, she likes to play her ukulele and sing. In a few years, after graduation, she would like to work for a public relations firm.
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