Do ask your professor any questions you have before study days begin.
Don’t rely on help from other students via Blackboard
Do print out all your study guides, notes, etc.
Don’t think about all the trees that had to die for all your papers.
Do invest in paperclips!
Don’t highlight anything you won’t need to study for. It’s confusing.
Do drink coffee.
Don’t forget to make some for your parents, otherwise they will be upset.
Do go to Barnes and Noble if you can’t study at home anymore.
Don’t spend all your time there Tweeting about how your old tennis coach is sitting next to you.
Do get candy to munch on while studying. (Sugar is good for your brain, right?)
Don’t pull handfuls of gummy bears out of your purse randomly. People will stare.
Do realize you probably should have stayed home.
Don’t stay there for an extra hour because you don’t want the people around you to think you’re a failure.
Do quiz yourself while driving, cooking, showering, etc.
Don’t quiz yourself when your mom is watching Oprah. Whoops.
Do step away from the computer.
Don’t go sit in front of another computer.
Do schedule 10-minute breaks to check your email/Facebook/Twitter/Blogs
Don’t extend that 10 minutes to one hour.
Do study hard enough that you finish the test in 15 minutes,
Don’t sit around and wait for someone else to turn in the test so that you’re not the first one too. Totally unneccessary.
Do spend the night at your best friend’s place the night before your last final ever.
Don’t finish the “too strong” drink even if you feel bad. I mean, you do have a final the next day.
Do kick ass on your last final.
Don’t stare at the idiot who ruined your group presentation like you want to kick his ass. He will not appreciate that.
Do be concerned when that presentation grade turns out to be bad.
Don’t worry too much, all the A’s from the beginning of the semester will pay off.
Do be proud that you got through college.
Don’t tell everybody in your class that this is you “LAST FINAL EVER.” They won’t really care that much.