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The Rams have started the 2013-14 campaign right where they left off in 2013. Led by a strong junior class, the Rams have started the season 6-0, including some dominating and impressive performances. After competing in the Cumberland Duals this past weekend, the Rams will head to Petersburg this weekend (12-14-13) for the first tournament of the year. The Rams are currently ranked #6 in state 1A rankings according to illinoismatmen.com and defeated the #7 Vandalia Vandals in an exciting 1 point match Wednesday night. Click on the links below for match results. The Rams next home match will be January 6th at 6:00 PM.
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As the winter hits, it is important to review the notification procedures in case of a snow day. A number of outlets will be used to get school closing information to you.
Semester Finals Study Tips
Are you ready for finals? Need some advice from those that have “been there, done that?” Students from the NHS at Shelbyville High School have a wide variety of tactics and strategies to help you survive and succeed.
What advice would you give to underclassmen when it comes to taking final exams?
-Get organized! Make sure you have all of your materials and arrange them by test/test day.
-Don’t cram the hour before
-Study a little in the nights preceding the exam.
-Split up your studying. Throughout the week of finals, study a couple subjects each night. DO NOT wait until the last day to study all subjects at once. –Jensen Cloe
-Don’t put off studying. Study a little at a time. Don’t stress out because it’s not the end of the world. – Rachel West
How do you prepare for exams?
-I quiz myself on one certain topic or subject until I know it very well. Then I move on to a different topic. I go back through later with a clear mind to refresh myself.
-Highlight important information & information I have trouble remembering.
-I personally go over my notes over and over again until I remember everything. I make sure to focus on what I’m reading because it’s easy to zone out and not take in the information being studied. Re-writing my notes also helps! – Jensen Cloe
-Make excellent study guides and buy snacks. – Julia Bolinger
-Study in intervals. The most I study for at a time is 20 minutes. I make sure I take breaks in between intervals and get up and move around. – Rachel West
How do you mentally and physically prepare for testing?
-You need to get plenty of sleep, eat a good breakfast, and dress comfortably.
-Good night sleep
-Mentally: Skim over the info one last time at the beginning of class. – Jensen Cloe
-Physically: Eat breakfast and chew gum while taking the test – Jensen Cloe
-Eat good breakfast, learn ways to help you remember “like” similar letters. – Julia Bolinger
-Get extra rest! Staying up late to study just makes me worse off. I eat a healthy breakfast and try not to stress out. – Rachel West
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