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How to Evaluate Yourself At Midterms

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How to Evaluate Yourself At Midterms

This semester go into midterms with a clear game plan. Photo by Aliyah Dorsey.

This semester go into midterms with a clear game plan. Photo by Aliyah Dorsey.

This semester go into midterms with a clear game plan. Photo by Aliyah Dorsey.

This semester go into midterms with a clear game plan. Photo by Aliyah Dorsey.

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Midterms can be a stressful time for any student. You want to do your best and sometimes that can be stressful, but going into it with a good mindset will help you to succeed. Here are five ways to evaluate yourself at midterms.

1. Get a Game Plan

Before you start studying and getting into the flow of midterms, make sure you have a plan. Set out specific study times for each of your exams, get your notes in order of what chapters you need to read and go over. Planning ahead will help you feel ready for your exams but also will help you prioritize what you need.

2. Speak Goodness into Existence

Knowing what you want going into an exam is key. If you can speak success into your life,

then it will come your way. Go into midterms knowing that you’re prepared and that you will do great. You will feel better and calmer about your academic life if you are positive and believe in yourself.

3. Set Up Breaks

When going into midterms, it is easy to only focus on working hard and getting the grade. But doing this can lead to getting burnt out and can make it harder to do the things that need to be done. Make sure that you evaluate what is going to make you feel relaxed and positive while making your game plan for midterms. Set aside time that isn’t studying and give yourself whatever other motivations you need to do your best.

4. Know Your Limits

We, as students, always strive for doing the best we possibly can. Take the time before midterms to understand realistically what that is. Set your goals by what will keep you happy and in a good mental state for the rest of the semester. Do your best and then forget the rest.

5. Know what you want

Before you go into midterms, have a goal grade in mind. This will help you to visualize your success. Also, by doing this, you can evaluate what you need out of this semester and where you are going later in your academic career. Once you know what you want, you can figure out how to get there.

Midterms can be a stressful time. However, with proper planning and a good mindset, you can go into midterms feeling confident and ready to succeed. Good luck with all your assignments!

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