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September 22, 2008 5:54 PM

1st round of midterms

It seems like we just got back to school and yet midterms approach us so fast! I guess the best method to prepare for these upcoming midterms is to keep up with the material on a daily basis. It can be extremely overwhelming if you start studying in the last couple of weeks before midterms. Lately it has been hard to keep up with my work because I have been busy with other activities. Each week comes and goes by so quickly, you just cannot keep a hold of the time. Hence, it shows that time management is key to our success. Plan everything out accordingly if you know your schedule is hectic otherwise you will fall behind easily!



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