Last Minute Exam Preparation
With the board exams closely approaching, the preparation of students has intensified. The prelims’ are a reality check for students as the results help students to find out areas of their strengths and where more preparations are needed. Those who are well prepared can take their revisions one level up and feel more confident to face the boards. While, the students who have scored less, can buckle up and make the most of their time to make up for the lost time and study harder.
Irrespective of the preparation, certain last minute tips are always helpful. With less than a month remaining, here are some quick tips to maximise the study time:
- Use the prelims results base to sort out the subjects that need more work
- Be objective to understand which subjects and concepts still need clarity.
- Avoid having a monotonous routine while studying a particular subject by switching topics or taking a break.
- Solve mock papers
- Know and apply the methods of study and time that are most effective as there is hardly anytime left for trial and error at this stage.
- Go through your notes thoroughly and revise with a stress free mind.
- Matters of health are often neglected while exams reach near so it is crucial to take care of your body and your mind simultaneously.
- Maintaining strong support systems in the form of your parents or your peers can be beneficial as they help you to clear doubts and vent out negative emotions that might be disturbing you during this period.
- Be updated with the latest information regarding the exams and make sure that the sources you refer to are reliable such as school administration, official websites and teachers.
- At this stage you need to maintain a sufficient and consistent effort in developing routine and healthy habits so you are not overwhelmed when the exams are only a few days away.
- Develop healthy sleep pattern and balanced diet can be more helpful then you might realize.
When only a week is left for exams you need to deal with their thoughts of anticipation and nervousness before the exam begins.
- At this time you can prepare by making sure you have the necessary documents – hall ticket, stationery require giving the exams and avoiding any last minute panic due to unavailability of these tools.
- Keeping healthy and productive thoughts can help the most in preparing for the exams.
- Stay away from any kind of rumours or news regarding the exams or paper pattern.
A day before examination
- Take sufficient rest and do not overexert yourselves by staying up at night or doing extensive physical work to avoid physical exertion which may have a negative impact on your examination.
- Do not learn anything new, this may add to confusion and result in lack of confidence.
- Do not think of the results; just be confident of your preparation.
Finally, have confidence in yourself and keep a positive mindset for the exams.
GRE/GMAT as we all know is a standardized test taken by prospective students as a part of their application for Masters Courses in Business, Management and MBA. The Universities use these test scores to assess an applicant’s potential.
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