I wish Chex Mix didn’t have pretzels. I have such a passionate distaste for pretzels.
My last few midterms for Psychology went quite successfully, so I wanted to share some things I did to prepare for them!
1. Read textbook before coming to class. Take notes on the key terms and leave some blank spaces between the terms.
2. In class, listen closely and add lecture notes to the textbook notes. I’ve found that it works best for me that way. My textbook notes are written in black and the lecture notes are added in blue. I’ve always been worried about integrating my notes, but it seems that this certain color coding technique works out nicely!
3. Make flashcards along with the lecture. Every day after school I take out my notes (remember, textbook and lecture notes) and make quick flashcards. It ends up being about 10-15 a day and if you make them online (Quizlet, StudyBlue, etc.), it only takes about 20-30 minutes + is a good review.
My friend’s dog had 14 puppies. This is how they’re kept out of trouble while she cleans the house
oh my god
Was playing around with my camera and some broken glass, and I captured this. (OC)
A prairie dog was too fat to get out of his hole