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SAM's Study Tips No 1: It's better to understand that to remember.
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SAM’s Study tips No 2: Stop putting it off! Before you know it you’ll be in that exam hall. Start revising NOW!
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SAM's Study tips No 3: Don't compare your prelim performance with your friends. Set your own goals and work hard to achieve them.
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SAM's Study tips No 4: Going over work as soon as you learn it will reinforce it better than leaving it to revise at the last minute.
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SAM's Study tips No 5: Which revision technique works for you? - memorise, summary notes, keywords, diagrams, find out early and use it!
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SAM's Study tips 6: If you don't understand something, don't get stressed. Take action - ask your teacher or your class mates to help.
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SAM's Study Tips No 7: Plan your work, but remember planning it doesn't mean you're doing it.
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SAM's Study tips 8: Make it personal. Find your own deep and compelling reason to learn your subject successfully and pass your exams.
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SAM's Study Tips No 9: You can never study too hard or too much - but you can study too long. Take a break.
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SAM's Study tips 10: Don't drink too much coffee, tea and fizzy drinks; the caffeine will put you on edge and make your thinking less clear.
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SAM’S Study Tips No.11: Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. Plan your study and the lead up to each exam.
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SAM's Study tips 12: Make sure you have one weekend day when you don't do revision or think about exams - you'll come back to it refreshed.
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SAM's Study tips No 13: If you like to study to music, listen to something familiar - it'll put you in a more positive frame of mind.
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SAM's Study tips 14: Eat sensibly – healthy eating can improve your performance. Eating little and often keeps your energy levels up.
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SAM's Study tips 15: Work in bursts, have a 10 min break, start again. Build to 20 or 40 min bursts, keeping breaks to 10 min. Go!
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SAM's Study tips 15: Work in bursts, have a 10 min break, start again. Build to 20 or 40 min bursts, keeping breaks to 10 min. Go!
What should you do on your breaks ?
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SAM's Study tips 16: Be realistic - if you think "anything less than A+ is a fail" then you are creating unnecessary stress for yourself.
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What should you do on your breaks ?
Good question. Make some tea, get some fresh air, have a chat to someone, generally just chill. Try to avoid electronics!
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SAM's Study tips 17: Only revise 2 subjects a day - more can confuse. Mix them up so you revise one favourite and one you're less keen on.
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SAM’s Study tips No 2: Stop putting it off! Before you know it you’ll be in that exam hall. Start revising NOW!
I need help for English. i am doing national 4 and my exams are coming up this year i am really struggling will you help me please?
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