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The end is near!

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juggling my various other commitments, I feel like I have been ALL over the place this week.

Go figure, the week that I have to make it to the graduation meeting and attend the Spring Fling (which was fab!), is the week my friend and co-volunteer at my Tae Kwon Do school has to take the week off in order to perform in her school play. So here is my master, expecting me to fill in for her, which put me in the position of sooo much driving back and forth from Bradenton to Sarasota and back and goodness gracious I felt like the biggest waster of gas ever. But I think it was worth it over-all. The Graduation meeting was helpful, I got myself switched into the 10:30 commencement ceremony instead of the 1:00 one because my cousin has to be in the 10:30 and we have ailing grandparents. And I definitely enjoyed the Spring Fling from last night, all of the groups performed beautifully. I hadn’t realized SCF had such an outstanding Jazz Ensemble!

I hope everybody is doing well, what with finals coming up next week and then our break before summer semester kicks in. Let us know if you’ve got any fun sort of plans? Any studying tips? I’m sure we could all use those, phew! Our email is studentblog@scf.edu!

Preparing for Finals

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1. Get organized. Use your student planner to your advantage.

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Plan your study times ahead of schedule. I find that after a weekend of review for all subjects, studying 2 days before your exam for your specific class can really help. This is not to be confused with cramming… Assuming you know the material, and have been reviewing ahead of time, a quick recap the 2 days before is ideal. It lets you review those items you didn’t really do so well on before, and if you have any last minute questions, you will probably have enough time to get them squared away.

2. Generalize. Take a look at your previous tests and quizzes for your class. What questions are asked more often than others? Is there anything you went over extensively in class? These are all hints to what you will find on the final exam. Don’t try and study every single thing you went over in class during the last 16 weeks. Summarize the most important things in your own words, and review your summaries. I find it helps extremely well, because not only do you retain information you have written down better, but you also have to think about how you will rewrite the given material into your own words. Having things in your own lingo will stick better than bland textbook material, even if it covers the same topic!

3. FLASHCARDS! This is almost the same as generalizing, but it helps with the more specific generalizations. (Oxymoron.. I know.) What i mean by this is, items you may have struggled with in your overview! Put those suckers on flashcards, and have at it! Bring them with you. A trick I use is, whenever I want to turn on or off a light, or change the channel on the tv, I have to recite something on one of my flashcards before I do it. You’d be surprised how fast you learn the material that way. :)

4. SLEEP!!! My personal favorite, and possibly the most important of them all, is getting enough sleep the night before. It doesn’t matter how much you study or think you know the material. Fail to get enough sleep the night before, and you will be only hurting yourself on the exam! Think of it like this. If you don’t get enough sleep the night before, (you shouldn’t have been cramming, since you planned ahead and scheduled study time anyway!) you will be a walking zombie at the worst possible time to be one. (Halloween is the only good time to be a zombie.) So, the day before your exam (I said DAY!!) get some exercise. Play with your pets, go for a run, bike ride, whatever

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you do. Wear yourself out. But not right before bed! If you exercise right before bed you will not be tired. In fact, you’ll be roaring to go. Not exactly the ideal scenario when you have an exam at 7:30 in the morning!!!

Relax. You’ve studied your behind off, and now you sit at your desk staring at that dreaded test. Don’t stress! You did well. Not only did you study ahead of time, but you also took care of any other questions you had, and you got a good nights sleep, along with a healthy and hearty breakfast. Take your time, and most importantly take your test! :D

I know it’s easy to do, but stressing is unhealthy. Try as hard as you can not to over stress yourself. Some anxiety is normal, but you shouldn’t get so worked up you turn purple during the exam. Take a breath, count to 10, think of a cute little puppy, or a kitten, frolicking in a beautiful meadow, and then resume your test. You can do

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Question of the day: What do you do to maximize your studying time? It would be interesting to see how others study, and see how not only myself, but everyone might be able to improve their strategies. studentblog@scf.edu

Don’t worry, we’re almost there!

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This week has been one of the most stressful weeks of the entire Spring 2012 semester. It is just part of schooling though.. I personally have a lot going on in each of my classes. It seems that since school is coming to a close, all of the classes have projects to complete or exams to study for all at the same time! UGH!!!
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In the meantime however, I personally have:

1 Poetic Literary Analysis Paper to write for English, and a project in English to do too.

A Chemistry Lab Practical, a Chemistry Lecture Final exam, both of which I am going to be heavily studying for.

Test number 4 in my Precalc Algebra class, then after that, comes the Final!

2 Projects for my computer class.

What does all this add up to? Stress. Haha. I am not the only one in this boat. In fact, it seems as though there are so many other people in the same boat that the boat is starting to sink! (Oh no! Not another Titanic! So close to the anniversary too.. :( )

I am going to spend this weekend studying. I have even requested a day off of work in order to make sure I am fully prepared to take all of these tests, finals, and practicals, as well as get all of my projects done that need to be completed.

So what are your final couple of weeks looking like? Are they as stressful as mine? More so? Maybe you have the same classes I have? If that’s the case, shoot me an email, and we can prepare together! :) studentblog@scf.edu

Donating Blood

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This is IT, guys! Just one more week, then its FINALS! Can you believe it? I know I keep asking that but I am repeatedly astonished by how quickly this semester has past. Its crazy to look back at the beginning of fall and realize that was not even a year ago. It feels like longer. Meanwhile, this semester feels like I’ve only done a few weeks of classes. I will never understand my perception of time, haha!

Today, the bloodmobile stopped by SCF. A good chance for you to help out our community! Blood is something that is almost always in high-demand for patients, and it doesn’t hurt you to give any. Now I just need to practice what I preach and get my butt in there! I’m sort of afraid of the needles, but I’m sure if I just take that first step, I’ll be able to do it. I’m sure the same applies to many of our readers. ;)

And while we’re on the topic of of donating blood, a classmate of mine gave a great speech about Hepatitis C today. It was a great presentation, very informative and my classmate was a great speaker! I wanted to share some of the things I learned in there, because I think its something everybody should know. Many people end up with Hepatitis C and don’t know until after they have died! Which isn’t to say that this is a disease that is out, slowly decimating our population. There are measures that can be taken, and ways it can be cured. You just have to catch it first!

What does Hepatitis C do? It attacks your liver and can be identified through blood work. If you’re not careful with where you get piercings or tattoos done, Hepatitis C could be passed on through the tools used for this if they are not properly sanitized. You might want to get checked out, just in case. For our older students, if you have received any blood transfusions prior to 1992, you will probably want to be tested, just in case. Prior to 1992, hospitals and blood banks did not screen their donations for Hepatitis C. I didn’t take

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How has this semester treated everybody? Did it fly by for you as quickly as it has for me? Please, tell me about your semester or maybe even share some stories about donating blood! We love to hear from you, our email is studentblog@scf.edu.

Music Faculty Recital

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As close as this semester is to being completed, I still feel the need for a break. I’m sure not only myself, but other students and faculty feel this way as well.. It’s almost like we are “so close, yet SO FAR AWAY!”

On my way into my Precalc Algebra class on Monday morning, I passed a sign near the East side of the Mathematics building. I’m sure you have seen them around campus. They advertise things such as Farmers Market, or the Art Exhibits, plays, and other campus related events that students would like to know about. I noticed that there was a letter talking about an upcoming music recital, with guitarist Marc Mannino and guests.

I am not normally one for music recitals, but I think this one will be well deserved. His repertoire includes both Jazz, and Classical music, and I cannot think of a better way to relax than listening to Jazz or Classical!

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you could use a break from studying, memorizing, stressing, and the every day stresses college students go through. Why not give it a try? It’s only $10 to the general public, and $5 for students and faculty. It will be on Thursday April 19th, at 8:00 P.M. in the Neel Performing Arts Center.

If you have any questions, feel free to call the Neel Performing Arts Box Office, at 941-752-5252. If you are interested in knowing more about Marc Mannino, feel free to visit his website at http://www.marcmannino.com/

What types of music do you listen to in order to “escape” for a while, or maybe even to study to? I personally enjoy country music to study with. Nothing can beat good ol’ George Strait when I am doing math homework and having fun! Let me know what you enjoy. studentblog@scf.edu

Almost there!

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As we progress through this lovely Spring Semester of 2012, we constantly make positive choices that will echo throughout not only the campus, but our personal lives. I have personally experienced this and to be honest, I am not so sure I am enjoying the changes it brings.

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The changes I am discussing are in no way negative. Just the opposite in fact! Things are changing ever slowly, but constantly in our lives, and thankfully I have made the correct choices over the course of this academic year, which causes the changes to respond in kind. I can say with confidence that I would not

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I recently heard a commercial on 106.5 CTQ that I didn’t really think about much initially, but I find myself reminded by it from writing this blog. The opener was something along the lines of “Blink your eyes twice. Now your lunch break is over, and you’re back to work.” It then went on and on about how their restaurant is so quick, that you won’t miss much of what little time you get for lunch. On the surface, it just seems like good advertising, but I think it is almost true for day-to-day life.

As stressful as school, or work may be, (or even a combination thereof..) try to enjoy it as much as you can. Take a moment to reflect on why you are here, and what goals you have set for yourself. If you can say to yourself “Man.. It’s been difficult, but it’s worth it.” then you are on the right track! Life may not be easy, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth that struggle.

I have been doing a lot of reflection lately. Looking at the tasks I have overcome, and the odds I have beaten. I am glad for them, because they are what made me who I am. I have recently come to a curve in the road. I have taken some classes at SCF that not only taught me about a given subject, but something so much more important. What you enjoy doing in life. At the beginning of this semester, had I been asked what I planned on doing for a career, I would have told you I wanted to be a Veterinarian. Now that this semester is coming to a close, I can say with confidence that it is not what I was meant to do. Chemistry is a great course, it is just not for me. That is something taking Intro to Chem has taught me, that is more important than balancing equations, or even stoichiometric equations.. Eliminating extraneous solutions. (Yes, I am a math junkie!) That is what I have done this semester, on top of other things too of course. Now that I have eliminated an extraneous solution, I will look into plugging other answers in, and seeing what the final answer turns out to be. I am just kind of nervous about it. It had made me realize that I am very quickly growing up, and soon I will be a successful <Enter whatever I end up being here>. Until then, it’s a mystery! I am just going to do what I can to get there in one piece, take my time, and enjoy the ride! :)

Have you learned anything from your classes that wasn’t necessarily in the class description? I’ve explained my experiences, and am curious to hear about others’ choices and career goals. Feel free to email me at studentblog@scf.edu

Smooooth operator

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Wow.

Just… wow!

I’ve mentioned the on-campus Smoothie King before, but I’ve never actually gotten a smoothie from them! I’ve heard they’re delicious, but I also know that there is a lot of sugar in a smoothie (and I’ve got a MASSIVE sweet tooth). Well, while I was looking for a paper writing pick me up, I decided to give it a go.

First off, holy canoli, thats a lot of choices. How do I choose between one from another? They even have neat little booster additives! Oh man, thats kind of overwhelming. I ended up going with the guy behind the counter’s favorite kind. Mangonese… something? See, I don’t even remember what I’m drinking. But its really good! I got a small

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Anyways, I am very clearly sold on Smoothie King now. If you haven’t checked it out, I suggest you do! Its a little under five dollars for a small, and I think thats got to be a good 20 oz. Maybe a little more? For those of you who have already discovered this place, why didn’t you tell me how good it was sooner!? I kid, I kid, I’m actually more curious as to what you like to order when you stop by. Please let me know in an email to studentblog@scf.edu, I want to know what kind of boosters are best and what flavor is the sweetest. ;)

Common Courtesy

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I use the student union fairly often. Maybe twenty minutes on Monday, a couple of hours on Wednesday. I think most students do! The student union is a nice place to gather, after all. It has food (mmm, sustenance!), it has friends, and there is a lot of space.

However, there’s always that one table… thats just a mess. Its loud and kind of trashed and not very fun to be around for the rest of

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So, I’d just like to bring up a friendly reminder for common courtesy. We’d all like to enjoy what the student union has to offer, and a lot of people go in and out of this building. I just wanted to make a few suggestions.

Thats really the basics of it! Its doesn’t take any time out of your day to be courteous to everybody else. :D After all, treat others the way you want to be treated! Along the lines of the student union, I was wondering who uses the student union, and for what? It is a hang out, or just a place for a meal. Do you hole up and game on your laptop, or are you writing a paper? Let us know in an email to studentblog@scf.edu!

You can tell it’s Monday

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Well good afternoon/evening/night/morning! (Depending on when you might be reading this, I want to be sure to greet you in the correct manner, so I made sure to say them all!) Hopefully you had a good weekstart!

You may be saying.. “Steve.. what is this “weekstart” thing that you speak of?” Well, to that I answer this: It is what I call my weekends! I would rather think of the week starting off with a couple of days free of work or school, rather than ending with them. It helps me get through the week without losing too much of what little sanity I may or may not have left. ;)

I’m sure I’m not the only one who can tell when it’s Monday. Things seem to want to be as difficult as they can. Buttons not wanting to be pushed, phones not wanting to ring, cars not wanting to start, you get the picture. It’s funny how that works isn’t it? Not always a bad thing.. After all.. We wouldn’t really have Fridays if we didn’t have Mondays right? I always try to look towards the “full” side of the glass, whether or not is a large or small one!

With me personally, getting up for those lovely 8AM classes is always sort of a struggle, especially on Mondays. My mind says to my legs “Hey! No! Don’t move! If you don’t, then I don’t have to

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Most of the time, I tend to have a hard time being able to focus in class when it’s Monday. I just want to go home! Hahaha. After about 20 or 30 minutes though, I tend to realize that no matter how much I want to leave, I need to stay to better myself. Soon, I am back into the swing of things, and am studying and doing homework after the class is over, like normal.

What do you struggle with the most after your weekstart is over? Like I said above, mine is surely having the mental mindset of being at home, brain numb to any learning-(heck.. anything at all! haha!) How do you cope with the week starting, and resuming classes like normal? A large mocha? Some 5 hour energy? A Monster? On my way to school I normally listen to my country music and sing along. (Very poorly I might add.) But that’s ok, nobody else can hear me, so it is nothing but practice! >:)

Let me know how you get your week started. Who knows, maybe I will try your technique and see if it will help me improve my weekend mindset. studentblog@scf.edu

Aria Concert

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You know what your plans for the day should include?

Attending SCF’s Aria concert tonight! At 8:00 pm in the Neel auditorium, lots of SCF students will be performing some beautiful pieces of music. The main focus (if you couldn’t guess from the name) are aria’s from famous operas (some more famous ones being The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute). Many pieces will be accompanied with live music and over-all I think the show is going to turn out great!

I’d really like to go, but unfortunately I found out after I’d already made other plans. Basically, it sucks to be me, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t go and enjoy it for me! ;) Tickets for admission will probably be around $8, and students are half-off! I hope you have a good time (because you’re going, right?) and please let me know what songs were your favorites! Our email is studentblog@scf.edu.