Shape your future by planning ahead

Here is a perfect time to use your ability to see the future and to make changes for the better. Re-read this post about developing your 6th sense and make sure you are doing everything that you can to prepare for these upcoming final exams.

When you look into your future, there is no telling what you'll find. -Coach Ball

Use the schedule below to plan your future.

Gilpin Middle and High School Final Exam Schedule Spring 2018


Tuesday, May 29th
8:00-9:30 8th hour final
9:35-11:05: 1st-hour final
11:08-11:44: 2nd hour
11:47-12:12: lunch
12:15-12:58 3rd hour
1:01-1:44: 4th hour
1:47-2:30: 5th hour
2:33-3:16 6th hour
3:19-4:00: 7th hour


Wednesday, May 30th
8:00-9:30 2nd  hour final
9:35-11:05: 4th-hour final
11:05-11:25 lunch
11:30-1:00 6th-hour final


Thursday, May 31st:  No Specials in the morning and all students are dismissed at 1:00.
8:00-9:30 3rd  hour final
9:35-11:05: 5th-hour final
11:05-11:25 lunch
11:30-1:00 7th-hour final


Coach Craig Ball This Spinwit post is a perfect example of your ability to see into the future.

Comment: Tell a story about how you prepare for these big finals test. What is your is best strategy to set aside time to focus on studying? 

Comments

  1. I have one simple routine for preparing for finals or a test. Usually we are told one week prior to finals, so I will look back at some of the content or subjects, and refresh my memory, but only in small increments, until its the weekend. Around sunday night i'm cramming studying. I find that I remember more if the information is fresh in my mind.

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  2. There are many things I do to prepare for my finals. I make sure I have all my stuff together from the semester. I also make sure I am listening and writing down the stuff that the teacher is telling me is going to be on the final. Time is also a major factor I make sure all classes get equal time. Making sure that my phone is off and I am in a comfortable environment is very important to studying correctly.

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  3. My strategy for finals week is to stay focused and work hard. I study the weekend before but also study a lot the night before. The way I look at it is by suffering these three days, you'll have a whole break off knowing that you did everything you could.

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  4. Study over time while making sure to cram the night before the test.

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  5. I am going to do what I usually do. First I start on tuesday evening, I put away all distractions and study for an hour on and a hour off for the finals on wednesday. Then I do the same thing wednesday evening, and so on. This technique really works for me and has been getting me a's and b's. That is what I am going to do this week for finals.

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  6. To study for finals I always set my phone down and get to work.I usually procrastinate until the last day before finals to take notes, so doing it all at once takes like 5 hours. If we are aloud a note sheet for finals I always go back and test myself over each target. The targets I don't do good on I take notes for. Because this takes a long time, I usually stop for an hour for a food break and get back to the people that texted me. After that hour I go back to work and finish it up at about 1 in the morning. For the classes I don't get to use a note sheet for I just study and see if I know how to do the problems. If i can't figure it out, I just keep trying until I get it.

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  7. I will take an hour everyday over the weakened and study.

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  8. What i do to study for the Semester Finals is have my mom and or siblings quiz me on curtain question then i also write the vocab that might be on the final ten times and the definition ten times.

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  9. I'm gonna start listening more and trying my best for each and every class. I'm also am gonna try not and be distracted by friends and actually try to help and get help from friends. I really want to get a good score on every test because i'm doing it for my parents and myself.

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  10. My routine and strategy every year for finals is to figure out what days I have finals and what classes. As soon a I know that I go to all me teachers and ask for a study guide or what they all want me to have memorized for the test. After I know that I need to find time at home and school to finish. When I am home after school i'll give myself a half hour or so to do whatever. Once the time is up I shut off my phone and throw it over my head into the beyond. So that way I can't hear or see it. That allows me to concentrate the whole time and finish my work.

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  11. My strategy for studying for finals is to get done what I have to when I get home from school so that I can focus on my studies and then start studying from what we learned at the start of the year and work my way towards more recent stuff.

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  12. To prepare for finals, I try really hard to control my time management and kind of set a schedule for myself depending on what finals I have the next day.

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  13. During finals I like to go back and look over the work that I have done so far. After I review my old work I go and get extra practice so that I can remember how to do the work. I make sure that I don't miss any class, and I review what the teacher said would be on the test.

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  14. I usually try to take the weekend before and each night before to mainly study my weaker subjects so that I know I am better prepared.

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  15. I usually just study a little harder than normal.

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  16. I usually work on my weakest subjects and review the stuff that I already know.

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  17. Keep practicing till there isn't anything new or till you memorize it.

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  18. I get all the work done that I need to get done and then study.

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  19. I would learn how to search faster. I will by looking at questions and search them up. - SMartpins

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  20. I Commonly practice like brainwash it in my mind

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  21. After I am done with my regular homework I will see what I have to study and study it.

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  22. When the weekend comes i am going to do fun things in the light and then i am going to study at nightime

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  23. During Finals week I study for about 2 days in my room, all electronics away. Then I don't worry about it too much or I will sike myself out. Once I am done studying I make sure I know everything then relax.

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  24. How I do it is by focusing as hard as I can on the question to answer it.

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  25. I study for whatever things are coming up the next day so then i can remember what i learned.

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  26. For computer i will practice searching every 20 minutes a day so i am prepared!

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  27. The way I get ready for finals is I study the week before the nights before, and work hard. you're going to have to do the test and if you don't study you get a bad grade and if you get a bad grade your parents get angry and you don't have privileges, so might as well just suffer and get a good grade, and get ready for 3 weeks off, that's how I think of it.

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  28. set all distractions aside and focus. you can go 1hr without a phone or distraction.

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  29. On wednesdays I will come home from basketball and I will eat a snack and study

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  30. I am going to prepare for my final test by setting aside time after school and this weekend to study, and I will ask my teachers if I can make a note card for there class.

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  31. I will plan out what i am going to do the day of the finals. I will also put 2 hours into studying because of sports.

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