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Here are a few things to consider when making a guide to help you study for the finals:

When are the exams?
The first thing you need to do is pull out the calendar and the date when each exam will take place. Make sure you put the subject and time in it. Decide how much time you have from now on to study for each of the exams and which exams you should study first. can help with that.

What does it say on the exams?
Will your exams pile up or will they only cover the material you have taken since the last exam? Once you have determined the time frame for the exam, you will need to indicate what material is included in the time frame. If you've attended each lesson and are a good notepad, check out your notes. You can also review your class schedule or the handbook's table of contents to find out what topics were covered in each lesson.

What do the exams look like?
Can exams be difficult or easy for you? Will they be multiple choice or will they be an essay?