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1. I am busy studying for the mid-term exam.

2. I am busy studying for the midterm exam.

3. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams.

4. I am busy studying for the mid-term exams.

(Here in our country, During the period of the mid-term exam(s), students have tests for all the subjects, about 10 subjects. So they have to prepare for all the tests. In this case which expressions are grammatical?)

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  1. 3 and 4 are the same and are correct for the multiple-exams situation you described.

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