Updated: Jan 13
Midterms can be the epitome of stress. Being the first big exams of the year with new teachers, you never know what to expect.
When I was in high school, I discovered one simple trick that will help you earn straight A's.
Stressful all-nighters? They are completely overrated.
Studying over time, weeks before the exam, and then getting a full night of rest on exam day is the key to success.
If you go into school feeling rested, refreshed, and confident in the studying you've done, you'll be more likely to perform better. Your brain will be able to focus on the subject at hand rather than about how stressed you are.
Working hard to learn the material is important, but priming your mind to be test-taking ready is even more valuable.
In the video, find out more about how this trick can work for you. Once you're done watching, let us know in the comments what you've discovered to be most helpful when preparing for exams.
Share with us in the comments below your best studying tips and tricks. Your piece of advice could be the one thing someone needs to hear to completely crush it on their next test.
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Best of luck with your midterms, you got this!