Preparing for Finals: 11 Uncommon Study Habits of Straight-A Students

When you think of finals, you might picture arduous all nighters, mug after mug of strong dark roast, and sore neck muscles from bending over stacks of books. The bad news is … studying for finals is probably something you can’t escape (although if you do succeed at that, we’d like to hear your story!). The good news is this: finals don’t always have to look like a wearying night of boring textbooks and lecture notes in the library!

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