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Hello! I was wondering if anyone has advice about reading ahead at this point. With outlining/finals coming up- it's hard to take practice tests fully without completing the course material, even though there still are a few weeks left of class. Does anyone have tips on how to work around this? Have you just completed your reading and will add in any class notes from the professor when the time comes? Or do you focus on reviewing the material you have learned so far and then will outline/review the final course material before finals?
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Best to go ahead and have those outlined. Be memorizing them and taking practice tests from them between now and then. As your professor goes over that material in class, just have your outline up. Correct anything you have wrong. You should already know which spots in the outline might be wrong/you are unsure about based on your experience outlining the material and taking practice tests with it and studying it. Also, add anything he adds in class.
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