5 TIPS TO GET PREPARED FOR EXAMS.
After long duration, the exam season came. This time to study well for your exams or sessional tests but how can you achieve your goals? How do you prepare for your semester or yearly exams? How do you remind the things which are important in favor of test?
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. John Dewey
This time is to make a super study plan, to improve your study. This can be done only by a study plan that force to you to do routine study as it boosts your motivation and your self confidence on a regular basis. Nothing else you do will have such positive results on your studying abilities as the creation of study plan. Having a good plan for routine study in place magnifies the benefits of your all work you do thereafter.
Get exam success from the start with these five study tips:
1. A Plan to Study Well:
The Most Important thing that you can do this time is create a study plan. Having a good study plan is the key aspect of routine study in sequential manner as it also boost you motivation and self confidence. This plan magnifies the benefits of study that you will do thereafter.
2. Be Realistic:
Having a decent study arrangement is all well and good however if it isn’t realistic then there’s a little point. If your study plan solely allocates four hours for sleep and 2 minutes and twenty-three seconds to urge to class, then you should reevaluate however you’re approaching things. The study goals you set have to be compelled to be realistic in terms of how much you’ll be able to study and what you’ll be able to achieve.
3. Mark Key Dates:
Class tests, assignment due dates, presentations, exams, holidays these are all important dates you should keep track off. You should plan your study and set your goals in relation to these dates. If you have an end of term exam in June then you should work backwards from that date and mark what you need to have covered and by what date.
Once you have your presentations, assignments and essays mapped out on your study planner, this will make it easier for you to foresee any busy periods that are on the horizon which you can plan your study time around.
4. Understand What Motivates You:
Understanding what motivates you to study may be the deciding factor for maintaining your energy and sticking to your study plans. The New Year can instill people with that intense fire to change aspects of their lives but after a few weeks this can peter away and you can fall back into old routines. If you take the time to understand what motivates you then you can use this throughout the year.
What motivates you will be different for everyone. For some lucky people the desire to achieve good results is enough but others may be motivated by the fact they want to go to a particular University or study a particular course and need to achieve certain results in order to do so. Others may be motivated by more abstract ideas such as studying what interests them or mastering a particular skill. Whatever it is that motivates you doesn’t really matter, what is important is understanding what does and harnessing this whenever you feel your energy wane.
5. Don’t Burnout:
Even if you adopt the study tips above, it still possible to burnout. That is why it is important to always make time for your family and friends. It’s also vital that you make time for yourself, time to just relax and to partake in your hobbies.
Stress burnout For your study plan to be realistic it must facilitate your ability to live a full life. Getting the balance right is important. Having a plan in place will also allow you to enjoy your free time more. You’ll no longer suddenly panic and break out in a cold sweat because you will know what you have covered and what you still have to cover (and importantly when you will be covering it!).
Take these study tips with you into the New Year and prepare for your exams in the right way. Take them on board and this time next year you’ll be celebrating your exam success!