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18 Best Tips to Pass Your Exams.

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Summer Times means two things for students; Rain and Exams.We can’t do anything about the weather but we can absolutely do something about our exams.
As Easter holiday comes to an end,students are beginning to Panic about the fact that Exams are finally here and maybe very little revision has been done.
Don’t panic,it’s never too late. Here are tips that will get you off a flying start.

1) Don’t panic.
Probably the most important thing to remember. It might be the most important exam of your LIFE but you won’t get anything done if you start running around like a headless chicken.
2) Find a suitable place to work
Your desk, the kitchen table, the library, a cafe, but wherever works for you and be prepared to stay there. Stay away from your bed, however as it will increase the likelihood of accidental napping.
3) Be prepared
Assemble your resources – paper, notes, water bottle. Don’t worry if you can’t find your favourite pen. This is crunch time. Make do with the pink highlighter if you have to.
4) Get rid of fun distractions
Do what you have to make yourself concentrate. Put your phone in another room. Turn off the WiFi. Work on paper. If you need to fact check something online, start a list to look up later.
5) Make a plan
You haven’t got time to cover everything so pick a few areas to revise and tick them off a list. You won’t get 100% but it’s better than only knowing one fact about every topic.
6) Time management
You’ve broken your work up, now do the same with your time. Try to work in 25 minute blocks, with a five-minute break at the end. If you know there’s a topic you find tricky allow yourself more time to go over it.
7) Actually start work
Harder than it seems, this. Really MAKE yourself do it.
8) Don’t get frustrated – prioritize
If you get stuck, don’t stress. Make a note and you can come back to it later (if there’s time).
9) Allow for (and accept) some procrastination
Procrastination happens. It’s ok! Don’t beat yourself up. Just get straight back to work and don’t let it throw you off.
10) STUDY BREAK TIME
Turn up Beyonce and have a quick dance. Allow yourself a whole three minutes to scroll through Instagram. Stroke your cat . But when those minutes are up, force yourself to get back to it. Be strong!
11) Snacks and food
Your brain needs food to LIVE and LEARN! If you’re staying up all night have something substantial and quick: cheese on toast, baked beans, Pot Noodle. Sip on some water whilst working to keep hydrated.
If you start feeling jittery from all those expressions, STOP DRINKING THEM.
Make an effort to eat something proper just before the exam.
12) Speak to another human being
Even if it’s just your mum. Don’t start feeling like the walls are closing in around you. A quick phone call will remind you that there is life outside exams and that soon you will be back in the world of the living.
13) Sleep…
It’s 4am. Sleep is for the weak, right? WRONG. You will perform much, much better the next day if you brain has had a chance to rest and process the information you’ve thrown at it.
14) …but make sure you wake up again
Get your morning-person friend to call you. Set your least favourite song as your alarm. Once you’re up, try to get stay alert. Take a cooler shower than you normally would, stick your head out the window to get some fresh air and make sure you have breakfast.
15) Look over your notes
Look over your notes on the bus or whisper formulae to yourself as your walk to the exam hall.
16) Forget about themwaks“.
you’ve worked hard enough, don’t let a single shit of paper mess up your entire semester,get you an expelled and your life in shreads.forget “wood work” it can be a waste of time.try and make good use of your neighbor the best way possible.
17) Don’t panic in the exam
BREATHE. And then smash that exam like the amazing human you are. Read everything through carefully and tackle the problems you know best or are worth the most points first. Keep an eye on the clock and make sure you’re not spending too much time on one section.
18) Celebrate!
Yay, you did it! Try not to think about the exam – obsessing won’t help anyone. Go out for dinner.

Kampozone Team wishes you all the best in your exams.
Best of luck.

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Gracey Eunice

Gracey Eunice

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