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Studying for Midterms

(Jennifer) Permanent link   All Posts

 A few nights ago my roommate asked me what I was up to.  I told her that I had a midterm tomorrow and the day after tomorrow and asked about herself.  She was on the other side of the spectrum with nothing but reading and papers.  As much as I don't like reading and papers, midterms aren't so great either.  On a small 20-question quiz I got back, I found out that I had completely forgotten to bubble in an answer on the Scantron.  You can imagine how paranoid I felt when I took my 60- and 75-question midterms today and yesterday - never spent so much time anxiously checking my bubbles until this week.

As of now, I'm halfway through my midterms.  Luckily one of my midterms next week was moved after Spring Break, although in the beginning of the semester, me along with the majority of the class wanted it before the break.  Right now I'm glad it got moved since I have another midterm waiting for me next week with a good portion on cardiac rhythms, which my professor described as flat out memorization, so you'll know what I'll be doing this weekend...