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What's the post-AP exam protocol?

I'm trying to plan things out and was wondering, what do people usually do after their AP exams are done? Should I just jump straight into studying for finals or is it cool to take a break and decompress a bit?

8 months ago

It's natural to want to plan effectively after your AP exams are complete! Certainly, if you need to prepare for upcoming finals, it's important to create a study schedule that gives you enough time to review all of the necessary material.

However, it's also beneficial to allow yourself a bit of a breather post-AP exams to avoid burnout. Many students find that taking a short break to recharge can actually make their study time more productive as they approach finals.

A balanced approach often works best. Perhaps you could schedule a day or two to relax and do things you enjoy before transitioning to finals study mode. Just ensure that any break you take doesn't derail your preparation for what's up ahead. During this time, you might also want to reflect on what worked well for you when studying for your AP exams and see how you can apply those techniques to your finals preparation.

Taking care of your well-being is just as crucial as hitting the books!

8 months ago

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