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Five Things to Know About the Regents Exam

Syosset students join the rest of New York State for exams this week. Here are five tips for survival.

 

Students in the and at will join the rest of New York State this week when they sit down to take the Regents Exams. This statewide series of exams has a long lead up of stressing, practicing and more stressing. Here are five ways to keep your cool and boost your grades this week.

1. You may think studying closer to the time of the test means you'll remember more, but studies show cramming does not work. If you want the grades, study early and pace yourself. Also, exam questions often rotate, so check Regents Prep books and websites, like RegentsPrep.org.

2. Did you know basil boosts brainpower? Taking a deep breath from the bottle in the spice cabinet has been found to invigorate, relax, and destress.

According to CNN.com, certain foods can improve the mind. Blackberries, apples, chocolate, cinnamon and salmon are all "brain foods," so convince your parents to work them into meals.

4. No all-nighters! Teens need between 8 1/2 and 9 1/4 hours of sleep per nightor they risk limited concentration and ability to listen (which won't help you during the listening comprehension part of the English exam).

5. Don't forget your exam time (and check the Traffic & Gas tool before you leave so you're not running late):

TIME Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:15 a.m.

Integrated Algebra; RCT in Global Studies

Living Environment; RCT in US History & Government

 

RE in US History & Government; Geometry; RCT in Science

RE in Global History & Geography; RCT in Writing

1:15 p.m.

Comprehensive English; Physical Setting / Physics

Algebra 2 / Trignometry; RCT in Mathematics

Physical Setting / Earth Science; Physical Setting / Chemistry; RCT in Reading

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Good luck everyone!

John January 23, 2012 at 04:45 PM
yooo if you're a student look at regentshelp.com ...helped me big time!!!! got videos, practice questions, flashcards, and real teachers on there...pretty sickkk
Catherine Litvaitis March 06, 2012 at 03:57 AM
I swear by regentsprep.org. I use it to study for tests in history and science, and it was really useful in studying for the trig Regents.

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