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High School Student Prep for Online Final Exams

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert 511 replies3053 threads CC Admissions Expert
"TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, most high schools have chosen to remain closed for the rest of the academic year. Another difficult decision that school officials have grappled with is how to handle the issue of final exams. While some high schools have canceled finals altogether, others are weighing whether to administer them online.

In the wake of these developments, many high school students find themselves having to adjust to a new normal. Paper may have been the most common exam format prior to the coronavirus pandemic, but now online testing has become the standard.
A key question students are asking themselves is, “Should I alter my study habits to reflect the new online exam format?” The answer: It depends.

There are two cases where you should change your study habits:

You wouldn't describe yourself as tech-savvy.
You have little to no experience or comfort with online testing." ...

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