Even if you don’t have midterms this week, you probably do in the next two weeks, and it’s time to start preparing. Even if it’s worked for you in the past, you shouldn’t wait until the night before (or even two days before) a midterm to start studying. If you start getting ready by reviewing your notes, making flashcards/study guides, and meeting with professors to address weak areas a week or two in advance, you can do much better AND be less stressed when it does come time to sit down and take the test.
But rather than write all the tips we have here, you should check out the links on the right sidebar of the blog. Particularly, you may find time management, exam prep, and exam taking helpful right around now. And as always, feel more than free to stop by one of the peer advisors’ office hours, listed under the “PAs and their office hours” link also on the sidebar at the right of the page.