1. Read though the notes/books beforehand attending the lecture to actually make more out of what you’re going to be taught!
2. Pay attention to what the teacher is speaking and keep making short notes. Reach on time to avoid missing introduction. Also won’t sitting away from friends during lecture make most out of the topic?
3. The most difficult and rewarding task is next. Read the course material/ textbook and make sure you compare it with the lecture notes. Highlight only the necessary facts(and don’t highlight everything!).
4. Selectively summarise relevant facts or information about the topic. If you can prepare a separate set of notes📝 combining information from all books, notes, internet into one single one than that is definitely going to help you review and revise before exams!
5. If you don’t understand anything use Google. Just like you’re using Twitter! It already has vast ocean of information but be careful to use only a relevant trusted website!
6. Use specifications, syllabus to only study the things you will face in the exam (avoid wasting time studying things that are not going to be asked about)
7. Start revising at least “6 weeks” before the “major” exam and make sure to timetable everything allotting equal piece of time to every topic
8. Next, don’t revise just reading through notes but revise actively and intensively including explaining the entire topic to your own self
9. *The Day Before The Exam*
Read through the topics in summaries using keywords while explaining to yourself
10. Eat, drink lots of water. Exercise to increase endorphins. Sleep well the night before the exams. Focus. You’re now reading for achieving A*s. Good luck
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- Thread Starter
- 28-02-2018 07:04
- 28-02-2018 07:07
hardly effortless innit