shoeshine wrote: ahduth wrote: delusional wrote:
quixotical wrote:A lot of people are commenting on how they'll do more practice exams... I wasn't able to take a single practice exam from my profs because two were teaching the class for the first time and the other reuses exams and keeps them on lockdown. This really added to my exam anxiety... I'm hoping my profs next semester have a few old exams available.
Yeah, after all I learned about utilizing old material, I have a relatively new professor and a visiting professor next semester for my two doctrinal courses.
One of our profs next semester last taught in 1983. Not terribly confident we're going to have practice exams.
As I already said on here practice exams help only to a certain extent. I took about 15+ practice tests for each exam and I felt burnt out by the time the tests came. I wrote brilliant things on my practice exams but I was just really tired of writing about the subject matter by the time the tests came.
I think I am going to vary it up next semester and do more questions but less full exams.
That's intense, I took a grand total of three actual practice exams total. I, of course, did study less than everyone else on the planet. The practice exams were still helpful though. #postcardsfrombelowmedian
Now that I think of it, one of my classes only had two available, and one had only three. For procedure we had a dozen, but I can't imagine people did all of them, it would have been a tremendous waste of time for the type of course we had.