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Karlyn Kares #6 - Getting ready for finals week

Apr 29, 2019 - Comments: 0
Studying and being prepared for your finals week can help all students succeed in college. (photo/The Blue Diamond Gallery)

We’ve reached that time of year. It is finals week. Finals week is a jam-packed week of exams, projects, papers and more. For all college students, it is a week fueled by coffee and sleep deprivation. We have all been there, and it can be so bad for everyone’s mental and physical health. Everyone expects finals week to be a stressed filled panicked week where no one sleeps. It has become a campus culture to freak out and makes it known that you are freaking out. I’m here to tell you there is a different way that will result in more sleep and less money spent at the library coffee shop.

Karlyn Kares #3 - Ace that exam

Mar 11, 2019 - Comments: 0
Studying for exams is important for every college student to do. These simple tips will help improve your study habits. (pixabay photo/wokandapix)

Exam days are the scariest thing for all college students. These long-winded tests pop-up, what seems like, out of nowhere just to scare you into focusing more in class. The scariest one is the very first exam for a new class. “Why not final exams?” most people will ask. Finals aren’t scary because you have practiced that professor's method of testing and know what to expect. The very first exam is like falling over a ledge and hoping a net will catch you.

How Do ONU Students Tackle Finals?

Dec 08, 2017 - Comments: 0

It is hard to find an Ohio Northern Student more stressed than during the weeks leading up to finals.​

Many students spend countless hours in the library, only leaving for food or when the lights flicker indicating the closing time. Others take refuge in their dorm rooms staying up until the early hours of the morning or pulling an “all-nighter” to complete that last-minute project.​

Study finds fast thinking leads to risk taking

Feb 22, 2012 - Comments: 0

Researchers find that fast thinking leads to unnecessary risk taking. 

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