Many students find it somewhat difficult to plan for exam preparation. There is a popular saying, that to fail is to prepare is to fail. This saying applies perfectly to exams.
Tips for Students
Some students assume that it is enough to sit and read and take notes, but the fact is that there is more to it than that. Many times students immerse themselves so much in reviewing lessons and reading notes that they ignore the stress that is growing so slowly.
Some students do not eat or drink enough water during the study, which slows down their brain and slows down their physical performance. Stress, nervous tension, and dehydration later appear to cast doubt on their slow and depressing performance.
We recommend a planned and balanced routine of exam. These are just some of the goal-setting shareware that you can use to keep yourself mentally and physically active. Following these small but important points will keep you calm and ready for the exam day.
Create a Review Timetable
Some students are surprised to see how much they need to revise their lessons before the exams. There is a list of subjects and topics, which the student has to cover, where to start. This worry can confuse them and upset them knowing that the exams are over and they are not prepared at all. To make the goal of passing the exam more achievable, we suggest that you create your own update timetable, which you review separately for each subject and divide your time and lessons accordingly, make sure your studies come in handy in the exam.
Some articles require more time than others, and some topics are more difficult to digest than others. By dividing your time into articles, you will know very well, what topic and how much time you have allocated for which topic. This slot revision plan will save you from jumping from one article to another and slipping between subject areas.
Furthermore, planning in hand provides a structure for your study time, and helps you monitor and understand where you stand in terms of preparation. Dividing your time into slots and focusing on your lessons, subjects and topics keep you motivated during this short period of nervous tension.
Research shows that it is best to work in a 20-30 minute slot, as this happens when your focus and concentration are at the highest level.
Find a Study Partner for the Study Camp
Some people always follow the false belief that revising their lessons is a task that needs to be done alone. But now this theory needs to be reformed. Well, this may be true to some extent, because it limits mental distractions. But carefully selected, revising your lessons and subjects with your study partner can be fruitful in your exams.
Some educators call it a “review camp”, where you invite friends. Discuss hard ideas, encourage support through discussion, question and answer sessions and critically analyze ideas. Reviewing lessons with a partner who specializes in the subject can help you understand the subjects and topics you are struggling to understand and remember.
Your Place of Study
Remember your study space is crucial for a fruitful review session. Your success depends directly on whether you have chosen a place to study and study during the exam review. Where no one bothers you, and you can repeat your lessons with perfect oneness. By creating a space we do not mean that you will spend time decorating a corner.
Get started quickly
Before reviewing yourself, you must first commit yourself to the tasks or goals you have assigned yourself. They can be obtained easily and somewhat faster. We recommend that you set an alarm and go to bed early. So you can start your studies. Remember that the sooner you complete the revision of your lessons, the more comfortable you will feel.