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I need some recommendations. I've been recently doing something I never did for a long time. LONG time. This is school related. I'm in a masters graduate program in my final semester. Last semester, I did ridiculously well, while working full time (3.67/4.0). I aced it, so to speak. This semester, I'm not off to a great start. I mean, I have an A and B+ in two classes, but two classes I did terrible in. And it's not that I did terrible, it's why. I got a C and B- and I looked at the test and there was just a ridiculous amount of errors on my part. I literally counted the questions I knew the right answer to but just blindly put the wrong one down for no reason other than carelessness. The other course I got a B- in for the same reason. Those stupid mistakes slipped me from an A for both tests to the respective grades. I don't know the why/how but I just need advice on how to avoid this from becoming a common occurance.
TLDR - I'm starting to slip on tests due to carelessness and just need advice on how to avoid this. The answer may be obvious, but I just need recommendations to avoid this in the future.