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5 Finals Study Hacks From Educators Who Write The Exams

We asked Numerade’s team of 20,000+ high school teachers and college professors to share secrets to prepping for finals that students probably don’t know…

5. Don’t Cheat On Your Homework, Learn From it 🥳

All semester you’ve been assigned problems from your textbooks for a reason – because those are the types of questions that are going to show up on your finals. Go back week by week and look at the problems that were the hardest.  Promise these will end up on your exam.

Look up your homework problems here and learn how to solve them yourself from video lessons taught by experts!

4. Ask The Small Questions Early 🙋‍♂️

Don’t wait until the night before exams to realize you still don’t know something basic but important. Asking one of Numerade’s educators early on to explain to you the fundamentals could make or break your finals results.

Get coached through the topics you’re shakey on with a personalized question of your own answered by one of our experts.

3. Recap EVERYTHING in April, Ace EVERYTHING in May 

Cramming never works, and it makes life miserable. Be smart, and start reviewing the entire semester now. 

Don’t know where to start? Signup for one of our virtual bootcamps for you specific class and get a 4-week recap crash course for free!

2. Test Test Test 📝

Imagine knowing your grade before even going into the exam. Thats not exactly what you can do by testing yourself, but it will feel that way.

Using quizzes you can replicate what your final might look like, and see how you perform under pressure. Then learn from the problems you got wrong with lesson videos for them. 

1. Join a Community of STEM Students Serious About Grades 😊

Learn the hacks other students are using to ace their STEM courses, make friends, and interact with expert educators all on our Discord. 

Join the conversation and find out how others prep for the same course finals you’ll be taking!

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