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Counselor to lecture on succeeding in school through better skills

By Chris Rincon/reporter

Students interested in making better grades on final exams should attend 101 Ways to Prepare for Final Exams Thursday, Sept. 20, on SE Campus.

“ This topic stresses the significance of preparing prior to taking final exams,” Dr. Curtis Hill, director of counseling on SE Campus, said.

“ It’s what you do right now that will position you for the final exam.”

The presentation will be at 12:30 p.m. in the North Ballroom, and it will be an open format that engages the students directly in an auditorium setting.

A PowerPoint presentation will be given in conjunction and will also be accessible online.

Hill said students should be aware there is more to taking exams than just studying.

“ There’s a system and a process to test-taking,” he said.

“ And if students would like to know this system, they should come take advantage of this presentation.”

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