Exam is pretty tough.
First, discover key principles of how your brain learns. This gives you an essential insight into how to deliberately improve your learning and exam preparation techniques.
1. Get yourself together
This might sound like a silly advice, but it’s actually the most important and the first thing to do to achieve good grades in your exams. When you panic, you’re likely to lose control over your thoughts and actions. Even if you try to study, it’s possible that you won’t retain anything in your head.
2. Pick the right place to study
Have you ever tried studying in bed? Sure, your bed might be your favorite place in the world, but when comes the time to review for an exam you’d want to go somewhere else. Try going to a library or a nearby café. Even your kitchen table might prove to be a suitable place to study. The key is in finding a place where you can focus on the task at hand instead of being constantly distracted.
3. Make the most of your study time
Don't panic. After picking the right place to study, you need to Make the most of your study time Stick your head into a pile of books and expect the best. organize.
Create a schedule on Naijamula and calculate the time required for each topic.
4. Don't study alone
Why don't you make a study session with your friends? It provides you with diversity and moral support and motivates people around you to work towards the same goal. Students Studying Outside
5. Managing Your Stress The stress on the
Exam is perfectly normal-in fact, a little stress can be a positive motivation.
However, too much of this can have a negative impact on performance.
So take regular breaks, exercise daily and hang out with your friends. If you feel frustrated or overwhelmed, get out of the book for a while.
6. Ask for help
Don't be afraid to ask your teacher for help-they will be happy to help.
If you need an explanation for the problem you are struggling with, ask them to discuss it. Don't panic if you're surrounded by a support network.
7. Get a lot of sleep
Rest is good for your brain. Get a full 8 hours of sleep each night and don't study until dawn in the morning.
Sleep is essential to the success of the exam.
8. Prepare the eve of
Put everything you need the night before in a bag. This avoids a last-minute rush the next day.
The important things are pens, pencils, calculators and water. Girl studying
9. Make the most of the morning
Get up early and have breakfast, whether you feel good or not.
Hunger slows your brain, and who wants a growling stomach in the doctor's office? Also, make sure you're wearing comfortable clothes with layers to add or remove-I don't know how warm or cold the lab is.
Have a healthy breakfast before the exam
10. While in the office .
When you spend time waiting outside the office, avoid the temptation to talk to your friends about what you have learned. You don't have to panic with each other as they are all likely to be studying slightly different things!
Sit quietly in front of the room, take a deep breath and avoid looking at the notes. Once inside, read the exam instructions carefully. Take the time to ask each question and monitor the clock.
If you don't know the answer to your question, skip it and come back later. Never leave the exam early. Take the time to complete and correct your answer. And remember-you can only do your best.
To pass any exam as a student, you need to listen more carefully in class to make it easier to review. Take notes so that you can easily remember the lesson. If you have a lot of tasks on your track, but you don't have time to complete them all, we recommend that you use the Task Support Service to complete and submit the tasks on time.
There is a saying, "If you have the will, there is a way." You can pass the exam at any time without having to prepare. The road is bumpy, but you have to do it.