Scratches on the Notepad has seen tremendous growth this past year. This blog has been read almost 22,000 times in 2012, or over 60 times per day!
These are the top 5 most read articles this past year (number of views in brackets) – you might want to check them out:
- Constructing the Perfect Cheat Sheet: Part 1 (5272)
- Your First Day (Of University) (5209)
- What if you miss an exam? (1443)
- Constructing the Perfect Cheat Sheet: Part 2 (988)
- Reader Questions: What do I do if I failed an exam? (870)
So readers are concerned with cheating, missing, and failing exams… while being anxious about their first day of school.
Of course, trends are seasonal. In September, Your First Day and The good, the Bad, and the Ugly are popular. While in December and April, people are more concerned with cheating, missing, or failing exams. Of course, if you are concerned about these things, I suggest also checking out Making the Most of Review Sessions and Exam Viewings. For next time. And while you’re at it, you might want to know
your enemy how people mark exams.
Most readers are from the United States, Canada, or the UK, but in total, readers from 133 countries read something on SotN. Oh, the day where my blog’s been to more places than I ever will…
Of course, we wouldn’t have nearly as many readers if not for people sharing my articles on twitter and Facebook (so please keep doing so!). Also people came here from math.ubc.ca and calnewport.com (both of which are wonderful resources, although the former is probably only useful if you’re in math at UBC).
So THANK YOU dear readers from the bottom of my heart. SotN would not be the same without you. I hope you have an amazing 2013 and please visit often!