STREETERS: If you could give first-year students one piece of advice going into exam season, what would it be?

Ryan Kunar, second-year biology and chemistry student

“[First-years should] find the right sources and make sure that they find a lot of friends … then they have friends to compare their homework with and to also study with.”

Rhett Mutschke, second-year political science/history major and slavic studies minor

“Do your readings. They’re really handy. They’re long, they suck, but its a good thing to do . . . Go to TA and professor office hours if you’re confused. They’re where they are for a reason. They want to help you.”

Isabelle Bennett, second-year business and commerce student

“Write in blue pen. It’s scientifically proven that you will remember the information better.”