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Memory Management 2 With the feedback from my first article I have decided to write a sequel Both will be condensed into one article sometime soon at my website httpwwwgeocitiescomrodentratmanindexhtml If you have not already read the first article I strongly recommend you do so so that you may understand various methods that I may talk about I will speak about 5 general areas - allocation tests essays projects and exams Allocation is important and it is something often neglected in the final years for high school students Students need to be aware of the grading schemes used in teaching because with 5 assignments ending up due at the same time whether they be tests essays or projects you need to know which ones will benefit you the most Take these factors into consideration When is the assignment due How much is the testassignmentessay worth How much time will it take to complete How many marks am I likely to get from it There is no particular order for these questions but try to work out if you have time for everything If you have an essay due about mitosis of cells for example and you doubt youll pass the essay even if you spend a lot of time on it perhaps it isnt worth it Then again perhaps the essay is worth 30 of your mark in which case even getting 50 means 15 of your grade Remember that if you dont get enough sleep then whatever work you do the next day will be very poor especially in the case of tests You are much better off if you go to sleep earlier and finish it in the morning This works especially well for those 9AM tests that the teachers seem so intent on giving to you When learning for tests you should understand how your memory works for these kinds of things In the
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