Mid Term Exams

Midyear Assessment Schedule- 2018
Posted on 01/08/2018

Midyear Assessment Schedule - 2018

Thursday, January 18 – All 7 Period Exam Review

Friday, January 19– Exam Periods 1 & 2

Monday, January 22 – Exam Periods 3 & 4

Tuesday, January 23 – Exam Periods 5 & 6

Wednesday, January 24 – Exam Period 7 & Makeup

Thursday, January 25 –  All 7 Periods Review of Exams

Top 10 Tips for Mastering Midterms

  • Remember to speak to your teachers to check for their availability if you are planning to seek after-school extra help for any mid-term sessions.
  • Gather and organize all of your papers, worksheets, notes, old quizzes, tests.  Make sure you have copies of the materials you need to prepare for exams.
  • It’s a good idea to space out your study time. Before midterms begin, have an idea of which exams you will study first and how many study hours you will dedicate to each class. Then stick with your schedule!
  • Seek out effective study tools. Whether it’s using flashcards, re-reading passages in a text, studying in a quiet space or being active while studying all students has their own way of preparing for exams. Make sure you know what works for you!
  • Schedule study breaks. Study breaks help you recharge. Some suggestions include going for a brief walk or having a healthy snack. Stick to your break and don’t take too much time away from your work.
  • Remember to get a good night’s sleep. It is essential to have at least 8 hours of solid sleep to feel most rested and prepared for the day. Build your study schedule so that you are still to be in bed at a reasonable hour.
  • Make sure you eat a nutritious breakfast. You’ll feel far more energized and will likely have better focus while testing. Remember to have a snack in between exam to keep the process going.
  • Read the exam instructions carefully. This may seem obvious, but it’s easy to not misread details. If you make the mistake of not reading carefully, you may end up losing time. If you have any questions about the instructions, ask your teachers to clarify before testing begins.
  • Keep things in perspective. Excessive stress will hurt your performance on tests, so try to relax! See your counselor in school if this is an area of concern to you. WHS is well-equipped to support you with these concerns.
  • Take a deep breath and give each exam your best effort. You owe it to yourself to do the best you can! You’ve got this!