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If you feel that looking over an old exam would be helpful, then do it. Don't let an internet forum decide how you will approach your studies: the overwhelming majority of the posters on this site don't have the slightest clue what they are doing.
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Na_Swatch wrote:Your not taking 4 hour practice exams already?!? Your going to be woefully unprepared come exam day...
on a serious note... i haven't even started outlining yet
Haha there's no way I'd take a full exam now. I just wanted to see if I should familiarize myself with my particular professors exams so I cab study more efficiently for them?
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One good reason I read to get them early, even if you don't do them yet, is to see how your prof. goes about asking you questions, and then, using that info, you may be better apt to take quality notes....all that being said, I haven't looked at any past exams yet
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