It doesn’t matter if you are an excellent student, and are you ready for every class, whether you are a stretched 3 (or 8) student who tries to be “plastic” every time? Still, everyone’s heart aches as they approach the testicle.
HOW DO YOU PREPARE FOR EXAMS?
1 MONTH BEFORE: Lecturers usually give the exam questionnaire one month in advance. During that one month, you think from time to time that it would be good to start learning a few questions. But the lazy “I” in you persuades you that you will still do it and now have more important things to do.
8-9 DAYS BEFORE. From now on you will start counting. “8 days? Great, there is still a lot of time. ” «7: I will definitely get everything done in a week. ” “6 days? Ideal. ” «5: It’s a great day to start. ” «4: Well, we start practicing. ” «3: What a horrible fate I have! ”You think three days before the exam and start shaking everyone’s head with complaints about your workload and don’t forget, of course, the sad and desperate posts on Facebook.
2 DAYS BEFORE: You try to remember where you put the questionnaire, panic-stroke lecture notes or call your classmates to copy their notebooks. Finally, in the evening you sit at the computer and search for answers on Google. Unable to find the answers to 40% of the questions, you decide to go to bed and promise yourself to wake up at 7am and sleep until late at night.
1 DAY BEFORE: Your hopes are dashed, as your morning begins not at 7am but at 11am. It also turns out to be the most wonderful day of the whole month. you want to breathe fresh air, miss your friends and relatives, remember some good movie, in a word, do everything but not start training.
At 7 pm you finally realize that you can’t even take the time. You put everything together and try to read, every 15 minutes you go to Facebook and, when you see one of your classmates on the web, you breathe a sigh of relief.
At 4 pm you realize that sleeping is useless already…
And here you are, examining the ticket, trying to remember the subject matter you learned during the year or at school, by accident, or by eye the day before. You answer, you get a ghost, which is not always bad and in the end…
You get home, sleep for 5-6-7 hours, and then wake up with strange and mixed feelings – who am I, where am I, why are you…
Instead of thinking, “I gave up, I was able to do it”, there is only one thought in our minds. that we’re just tired.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR EXAMS
We start training in advance
To save your nerves (and believe them, you still need to come), you need to start training two weeks before the exam. Before starting the learning process, you should look at the questions and find commonalities in them. Experience shows that 20% of the questions are very similar, so one answer may generally fit the other.
A few words about sheets
Not only can sheets be written but it is also necessary. But they should be written, not copied from classmates or downloaded from the Internet. When you try to fit 3 print pages on a small piece of paper, you learn to pick the most important one. And here you may not need to use them, because your mechanical memory works great, and you’ll be able to reproduce information without prompts.
About probability theory
If you have only studied 2 of the 70 questions, you are very likely to get questions that you do not know. That is why you need to read the answers to all the questions at least once. After all, one of the most unpleasant situations in the world is when you have no idea about the issue and stand with your ticket in hand.
The day before the test is the day off
If you have been practicing well on the days before the test, the last day should be a worthwhile rest for you. Spend the day in nature or meet up with friends, read your favorite childhood book, in a nutshell, do some fun work. You need to get up early to lie down, rest well, and build strength to pass the exam.
If you think you can, you’re right. if you think you can’t, you’re right too.
Your psychological attitude to the exam is no less important. Be confident, smile, do not hide your eyes, but look into the teacher’s eyes. Watch your hands. they give away your excitement. If you are constantly rotating something or “cracking” your fingers while talking, it is better to hide your hands under the table.
The most important thing in your brain should be the idea that everything will work out great for you. And is it otherwise possible?