This forum topic is for students to self-organize study groups, etc.
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Micah3J wrote:I think that a good night's sleep is pretty important too. I'd suggest to not stay up super late cramming because that can limit your ability to perform on the test due to lack of sleep.
Yeah I've read about how sleep can inhibit cognitive abilities by over 60% over just one bad nights sleep. Thanks
For breakfast, do what works the best for you and don't make any huge changes the day off. Like if you normally do not drink coffee, don't try taking a large coffee the morning of. Fruit is always a good idea, and eat enough so that you don't get hungry during the exam.
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