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Final Exams - You've Got This!


Final Exams - You've Got This!

Good luck to students as they prepare for and take their Final Exams!

Originally posted 5/19, Updated 5/31.

Visit the Final Exams page for a variety of resources, including Academic Success Center Seminars, practical information (schedules, policies, links), study tips, and wellness elements (relaxation, prayer, encouragement) that will help put students in the best possible position to succeed.

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Final Exams: You've Got This!

The Academic Success Center is offering study skills seminars to help students prepare for final examinations. Each seminar is offered twice (same content) both before and after school. See below or visit the Final Exams page for more details

Exam Schedule

Exams will begin at 7:40 AM on each exam day and will end by 12:20 PM. Students do not report to school on study days.

  • Monday, June 6
    • 7:40 - 9:50: Religious Studies
    • 10:15- 12:15: Science
  • Tuesday, June 7
    • 7:40 - 9:50: World Language
    • 10:15- 12:15: Social Studies
  • Wednesday, June 8
    • Study Day (at home)
  • Thursday, June 9
    • 7:40 - 9:50: Mathematics
    • 10:15- 12:15: English
  • Friday, June 10
    • Make-ups and conflicts

 

Relieve Stress During Finals

Relieve Stress During Finals

In addition to the resources offered on the Exam page, Peer Leaders is offering several ways for students (and faculty!) to relieve stress during finals!

  • Monday, June 6, Between Exams
    • Art Therapy on the Gym Stage, 9:50 AM
  • Monday, June 6, After Exams
    • Yoga in the Band Room, 12:15 PM
    • Bring a mat if you have one!
  • Tuesday, June 7, Between Exams
    • Bracelet Making on the Gym Stage, 9:50 AM
  • Thursday, June 9, Between Exams
    • Art Therapy on the Gym Stage, 9:50 AM

For more information, see Ms. Grange in the Athletics Office.

Contact:

  • Ms. Casey Grange, Moderator/Assistant Director of Athletics, cgrange@centralcatholic.net

 

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Study Skills Seminars

Offered by the Academic Success Center 

The Academic Success Center is offering seminars to help students prepare for final examinations.  

Each seminar is offered twice (same content) both before and after school.

  • 6:55 AM – 7:55 AM
  • 2:25 PM - 3:25 PM

All seminars are held in the Rogers Memorial Theater.

Students must register using their CCHS email account via the link sent by Ms Jeanne Burns, Academic Dean. Students must bring their iPads to the seminar.and bring their iPads.

Contact: 

  • Mr. Joseph Lynch, Teacher/Academic Success Center, jlynch@centralcatholic.net.

Sophomore & Junior Seminar: Organizing & Preparing for Final Exams

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Students will be given the tools to plan a study schedule, organize their class materials and time, prioritize their studying, as well as some preliminary study tips.  Special emphasis will be given to the exams sophomores and juniors will take.

Sophomore & Junior Seminar: Study Strategies for Final Exams

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Students will be given study tips and strategies on how to prepare for each subject’s final exam. Teachers from various departments will be available to speak about the Chemistry, Physics, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-AP US History, American Civics, Religious Studies, and English II, English III, and Spanish II exams. 

Past Seminars

Freshman Seminar: Organizing & Preparing for Final Exams

Monday, May 23, 2022

Students will be given the tools to plan a study schedule, organize their class materials and time, prioritize their studying, as well as some preliminary study tips. Special emphasis will be given to the exams freshmen will take.

Freshman Seminar: Study Strategies for Final Exams

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Students will be given study tips and strategies on how to prepare for each subject’s final exam. Teachers from various departments will be available to speak about the Biology, Algebra, World History, Religious Studies, and English exams. 

 

The Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center provides academic support to students in need of extra help. The program works in collaboration with the National Honor Society to provide peer-to-peer tutoring from NHS members, in addition to tutoring from faculty members and professional tutors. The support and resources provided help ensure the academic success of each student.

 

From the Library & Media Center

Thank you to Mrs. Kristina Keleher, Director of Library & Media Services, for assembling resources for Final Exams.

Final Exams: Study Tips & Stress Relief

Infographic of Study Tips

 

You've Got This!

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Good luck to all students, and thank you to our faculty and staff!



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