By Shruti Pandey,
HUB Staff Writer–
In the midst of all the excitement over the nearing end of the school year, it’s easy to forget that everyone still has work to do before June. Advanced Placement tests are just around the corner, May 6-17, and anyone taking one has to decide what to do with their last precious moments.
Scott Richardson, an AP Physics teacher, advises against trying to digest any more information at this point, and instead suggests reviewing the most important concepts.
“Cramming and losing sleep is not the best way to study,” Richardson said. “I wouldn’t put all my energy in just learning new ideas; they should spend more time looking at the fundamentals.”
Sarah O’Keefe, one of the AP Lit/Comp teachers, feels one of the best things for students to do is to get a good night’s sleep and eat a good breakfast. She advises students to continue studying for as many days as possible.
“From now until the night before, review,” O’Keefe said.