Start of finals week

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Kate Simpson and Lillian Settles, Reporters    The school year is coming to an end and students are preparing for the end of the semester finals.    “I am preparing for finals by staying organized and working on one subject at a time. Quizlet is also very helpful and with making cheat sheets for the classes I’m allowed to use them in,” sophomore Avery Crain said.    For many students it is important to study because this final will be the last thing for their grade and it could either help or hurt their grade.    “Studying is the key to acing your final and boosting your GPA,” Crain said. Underclassmen will begin to take finals on Monday during first and second hour. Tuesday they will take their 3rd and 4th hour. Wednesday and Thursday will be half days and students will take their 5th, 6th, and 7th hour finals.   After taking the finals students will no longer attend that class for the remainder of the week. Students will be dismissed for the year on the 14th, that will also be the end of the cardmarking, and the last day to turn in missing work.    “I am most worried about my math final because we have learned a lot of new complicated things second semester,” Crain said.

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