What To Do 1 Hour Before An Exam

A little preparation before the exam can make all the difference. Here are some tips on what to do one hour before an exam: Get a good night’s sleep. Eat a healthy breakfast. Take a shower and get dressed, so you feel confident and ready to take on the day. …

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The Ultimate Revision Site List!

Sometimes the last thing you want to do after a day of staring at notes is read more notes! So why don’t you try using this generation of student’s best friend … THE INTERNET! Watching documentaries and videos, playing games, or even just reading a different style of writing can feel a lot less energy consuming than standard study methods. To make things a little easier for you I have put together my ultimate list of revision websites:

Multiple Choice – Test Hacks

Everyone assumes that multiple choice tests are easier than your average “read and respond to the questions” exam. However it only takes a few trick questions or rushed answers to knock down your overall score, especially when teachers insist on subtracting points for wrong answers.

Now my first piece of advice when doing a multiple choice test would be to read each and every question carefully, including all of the answers, and take you time not to be fooled by small details. Another useful tip is to answer the question in your head before looking at the possible answers, so as not to get confused or panicked when all four answers sound both right and wrong at the same time!

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Study Stress Mess

Study related stress has got to be one of the most common problems amongst students, whether it’s something that affects you throughout the duration of your course or it shows up unexpectedly around exam periods, just to make the finals that little bit harder.

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Time Management

I’ve always known that managing my time during exams is extremely important, as it is essential to spend an even amount of time on all questions of a similar difficulty level.

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