Last semester I was fortunate enough to have a lot of practice tests for pretty much every class. This semester, not so much.
Any ideas on how to adjust to this? Right now the most I'm doing is spending more time on the notes in the casebook, not sure if that will help(professor wrote the casebook in one class so I figure that might help)
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My Civ Pro class last semester had no prior exams available. The professor had his own textbook which contained a lot of puzzles and problems (it was a very non-traditional class). I went through that textbook twice and did all of the problems at least twice. I also practiced a lot with supplements likes E&E's. I ended up not taking practice tests from other professors, as our professor said his exam was quite different. Still waiting for my grade...
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