seriously i feel you math is awful

65/100 Days of Productivity

03/06/2017 || First day after spring break

Today was awful! Well not really but school is stressing me out! But well 1 month of proper school left, then two weeks of break and then my final exam(similar to A-Levels but much more stressful) begins and then I am ready for university!
But seriously my math teacher needs to slow down and breath between words or otherwise the whole class will collapse!

Hope everyone is having a productive day and you feel good with it!

In other news last weekend I reached 200 followers! So thank you very much! Feel free to message me(let’s become friends)!

SAT Tips!!!

Having just taken the SAT and having gotten a rockin’ score on it, I feel inspired to share some study/motivational tips with you guys. Hope this is helpful! Oh, and feel free to add your own as well.

  • It’s all about endurance. Seriously. One of the most important things you can do is train yourself to sit there for 4 hours, not moving around, not talking, not doing anything but paying attention to your test. It sounds awful, but if you practice, it’ll get better.
  • Definitely eat a breakfast, and pack some snacks. Nothing worse than trying to do math problems hungry. *shudder* You can get some extra brain power from eating well, too.
  • Bring extra calculator batteries, seriously. And make sure your calculator is functioning correctly. The SAT claims that you can do their math without a calculator, but…no. Just bring a working calculator and it’ll save you tons of time.
  • I find that I work best when I relax. The thought of the SAT being a huge test makes me really panicky, but when I calm myself down and say it’s going to be okay, everything goes by a lot smoother. Relaxing can take quite a bit of mental effort when you’re stressed out, but trust me, it’s worth it.
  • Stand up and stretch during breaks. You might think that you can relax better if you stay sitting, but you’ll be sitting for quite a while and unless you have immortal legs, they’re going to get numb and tired. Seriously, cannot stress this enough. Your test proctor won’t care unless you make a whole lot of noise. Walk around your testing room or the hallways and look at the posters/room layout/whatever if you’re not sure what to do during that time.
  • If you have no idea what the answer is, skip that question. It’s just not worth your time to sit around stressing about that one question. If you have time at the end of the section, go back to it. If not, forget it.
  • Have fun after the SAT is over. Yes, your brain will be fried that afternoon, and it would do you some good to take a nap, watch a movie, whatever. Eat a good lunch to replenish that used-up mental energy, and try not to stress yourself out too much. I would advise you avoid doing homework/projects that day, but if you absolutely have to, save it until the evening. You deserve some relaxation time after all that.

Good luck for you guys in January and beyond!