Mickey Green March 3, 2008 Reading Reflection #1 In the book, "The Phantom Tollbooth," there are several characters that might be described as truly educated. The first character is the Humbug. The Humbug, according to the novel, wants to be importan
Mickey Green March 24, 2008 Reading Reflection #3 In my personal opinion, I believe that college is like the City of Illusions. The City of Illusions is a mirage, and you see what you want to see. College is the same way as travelers see the City of
Mickey Green March 26, 2008 Reading Reflection #4 In the book, "The Phantom Tollbooth," by Norton Juster, the passage from page 233-234, "But there's so much to learn. secrets of tomorrow," Milo learns that many things in life are useless but helpful
Mickey Green March 5, 2008 Reading Reflection #2 In the city of Dictionopolis, King Azaz's great aunt, Faintly Macabre or the "Which," is the character that chose which words the people of the kingdom would use. The townspeople would use these words
Ask your instructor about the exam
What kind of test?
How will it be graded?
Manage your Preparation time wisely
Create a schedule to incorporate review time
Let others know about exams
Focus your study
Who: Minimize Distractions!
If you get distracted easily by friends, your
roommates, boyfriend/girlfriend, go
Your desk, couch, library, coffee shop
You should be comfortable, but not