Teen Talk

January 29, 2013

By Contributor

How and how much do you study for finals?

Eastside Catholic High School

“Every night.”

Nalani Saito, senior

“I meditate and let Buddha give me the right answers. He always comes through.”

Michael Abraham, senior

Issaquah High School

“I tend to take all my old work and tests and look through things that I found difficult throughout the year. All in all, I feel like the best way to study is sleeping a good amount the night before.”

Edward Park, sophomore

“I start by making myself study guides for every class. Then I usually go over everything with a group of friends so we can answer each other’s questions. Starbucks is a great place to study; I spend hours there.”

Olivia Marcus, junior 

Liberty High School

“I study review sheets and make notecards for each class.”

Danny Stockman, senior

“Repetition. A lot of repetition. A lot of tea. And a lot of last minute cramming.”

Kaitlynn Duncan, junior

Skyline High School

“I start by taking everything out of my binder from the year and organizing it from what we started with to what we ended with.”

Connor Bechtel, junior 

“I started studying about a week ago, whenever I have free time. My teachers have all made study guides, and for vocab for various classes I have made flashcards.”

Sarah Peden, freshman

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