Last Minute Techniques to Ace an Examination

Examinations are a nightmare in a student’s life. Such a huge syllabus and a single day to cover everything is the biggest challenge. However, it is foolery to study a day before the examination. The students should complete their studies one month before the examinations begin. The only thing they should leave for “D day” should be the revision. Here are a few points that a student should practice at the last minute for an examination.

The students should prepare notes while studying, with all the important points. These notes should be revised a day before the examination. Do not try to start any new topic. Revise whatever you have already studied. This will help you retain things better.

If there are several headings within a topic, say, classification of lipids, bifurcate those headings to know its meaning. This will help you memorize them for a longer time. You can also remember the first letter of every heading and form a word to memorize them.

Practise the diagrams the day before the examination. This will also help you recall the entire structure of the diagram you are practising. You can also write and see the important formulas to revise them well.

NCERT Solutions and the previous year question papers are the best way to analyse yourself. Practise as many questions as you can. Once you know your weak topics, revise them again. Solving the question papers also helps you time yourself and increases your writing speed.

Take proper sleep. Do not stay awake the entire night to study. This makes your brain tired and it goes blank during the examination.

You can meditate for a while to relax your mind. Do not clutter your mind with a lot of unnecessary thoughts. This will make you forget whatever you have studied. A peaceful mind does wonders.

Practise these techniques in your life and you will surely come out with flying colours. These will help you not just in the school examinations but any examination you appear for.

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