[MUSIC PLAYING] JEREMY: Hey, guys, I'm Jeremy. And in my experience, I really like checking Blackboard to see if my professor has posted any lecture materials, such as PowerPoints or other notes that are really useful for studying from. Those materials are usually most likely to be on the test as well.
CHRISTINA: Hey, guys, my name is Christina. And my study tip would be to really take advantage of professor and TA office hours. These are a really, really valuable resource, because they'll be able to tell you what exactly to prepare for on the exam and what things you should be spending more time reviewing. And this information is going to be really, really valuable if you have several prelims in a week or you're under any sort of time constraints.
DARYA: Hi, everyone. My name is Darya and I'm a sophomore. And so I just have some tips for you. When I was a freshman, I thought it was a good idea to go to bed at 4:00 in the morning and not get enough sleep. And having now transitioned to my sophomore year, I try to get seven hours of sleep every night. And I think it's a very good idea to go to bed at midnight and get enough sleep so that you're more productive during the day, and you get more stuff done.
And also, just make sure to take everything one step at a time, one day at a time. And don't stress yourself out too much about things going on in the future.
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