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Have you ever waited until the last minute to study Or something happened and you really didnt have the time With all of our commitments classes work obligations extra curricular activities and social life its not hard to get caught up in our daily lives lose track of time or even forget you had some kind of exam to study for When this happens dont freak out because cramming is the answer dont think its the end of the world you can still pass the exam if you get busy wanting to learn If you sit down with a book and try to read the whole thing youre not going to gain much except maybe a few hours of sleep because you got bored In order to have a marginally successful night of cramming there are a few rules that will help such as make choices be selective and relaxFirst be realistic about what you can do You must except the fact that you cant learn everything when cramming especially if your class attendance hasnt been very high and youve only skimmed two books out of a syllabus of two dozen Instead pick a few important items to learn really well The more information you try to cram in the less effective you will be Be bold and learn a few things backwards and forwards Ideally spend twenty-five percent of your time learning new stuff and seventy-five percent of your time reviewing That way if you are realistic about what you can do the exam will come much easierSecond choose your material carefully and study in depth The more youve managed to miss the more selective you need to be in organizing your cram session You cant study it all Study the topics one by one only moving to the second when you have an excellent grasp of the first You may get lucky and pick the three topics the exam covers Cramming works by
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