Finals Study Tips

Author: Scholastic Staff

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Let's face it: studying is hard.  Here are some helpful tips to get you through finals!

  1. Study while driving. You’re more likely to remember things if you review them in different places
  2. Write the answers on pieces of paper. Tie the paper to birds’ legs. Wait six months. When the birds come back, catch them. Now you have the answers.
  3. 
Take a piece of paper. Write a list of terms on one side and their definitions on the other. Fold the paper in half. Keep folding. Make a paper airplane. Make a real airplane. Fly to where you can’t be extradited. Change your name. Lead a life of honest labor.
  4. 
Break both of your arms and legs. By the time you’re out of the hospital, finals will be over.
  5. Live stream your final on Periscope. Grades couldn’t matter less. It’s all about how you brand yourself.
  6. Practice your free throws. I’ve seen too many test-takers squander away potential with missed free throws.
  7. Create a potion that turns you into a giraffe. If your professor asks why you weren’t at the exam, don’t reply. Because you’re a giraffe.
  8. Learn how to tell time. You’ll need to know how to tell time to know when to take your test.
  9. Figure out if you’re right-handed or left-handed. You only have two hours for the exam, and if you choose incorrectly, you could lose a lot of time.
  10. Rather than study your professor's notes, focus your studies on The Holy Bible. If the answers can't be found within, chances are your professor is a heathen. Report him.