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My Finals Study Schedule (for Today)

Today is going to be a day filled with a lot of studying and not too much else. Here’s my schedule:

8am Wake up, shower, eat, check mailboxes (IRL and virtual), write in blog
9-10 Study for German final
10-11 Study for Geology final
11-12 Study for Russian final
12-1 Free BBQ at Bowman Park; Meet Melissa 12 in Hub Lobby
1-2 Study for Spanish final
2-3 Take a break!
3-4 German
4-5 Geology
5-6 Russian
6-7 Eat dinner
7-8 Take a break!
8-9 German
9-10 Geology
10pm Go to sleep (if tired; if not, 10-11 Russian)


Of course this can be modified if need be, but I find it easier to not procrastinate and to actually get this done if I plan it out and have it written down in my calendar.
How do you study?

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8 Responses to “My Finals Study Schedule (for Today)”

  1. seo blog says:

    Do you do Russian? Great! Let me know if you need any help :D

  2. Nathaniel says:

    Wow. You’re busy. Good job. :D

  3. Wow that’s a lot of languages! Do you plan to work a translator or something? :)

  4. Wow. You’re busy person. And I really think you must be a very intelligent person. Studying three languages is very difficult.

  5. Poems Girl says:

    Chris, how do you manage to study so much finals within just a couple of hours for every one???? Do you like studying languages or you have some plans connected with?

  6. Poems Girl says:

    Uppps, sorry, Marya. I’ve just read some posts by Chris and mixed the names. My apology ;)

  7. Andrew says:

    Russian is one of the heaviest languages.Let me know if you need any help.

  8. earth4energy says:

    Do you actually keep to these schedules? I make schedules, but I get distracted in the middle, thus they never work out quite perfectly.