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8 SEEK HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT
If it seems hard to understand after you try, ask someone who is good at the subject. A tutor, friend or a family member. This will speed your learning process so that you can focus on retaining information for your exams.
9 BE READY TO SMASH IT
Never say I have studied enough. Before every exam make sure you skim through the notes. This will keep the information fresh in your memory and allow you to remember them quickly when you need them.
Sleep, Sleep, Sleep. A good sleep before the exam can do wonders. If you are in primary school sleep 10-11 hours and if you are in secondary school or university take 8-10 hours of sleep.
3 ONE SUBJECT AT A TIME
Try not to confuse your self by studying multiple subjects in one study session, as this will reduce the amount of information you retain. It will also affect your concentration.
4 KNOW WHEN TO STUDY
Simply do not study when you are tired. Sleeping well allows the brain to store information effectively.
5 HOW TO STUDY DIFFERENT SUBJECTS?
You wouldn't want to skim through a chemistry or mathematics textbook for example. Because that will not solve the problems you get in the exams, so study by practicing chemistry or mathematics problems.
6 FIND THE RIGHT PLACE TO STUDY
Would you rather study in a quiet place such as your study room or a library or would rather study in a restaurant or a at bus stop?
7 HELP YOUR MIND TO REMEMBER
Taking notes and organizing your thoughts using mind maps is an effective way of helping your self remember what you study. It also makes it easier to revise. Especially for kinesthetic learners.
2 HAVE REGULAR BREAKS
Do study hard. But don't study continuously for hours and hours. You and I both know its bad for you. So make sure you always take a break and stretch out (Not tooo long though :-p)
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1 WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH YOUR TIME?
Time is gold, whatever you do, make sure you always have a timetable planned ahead. This will help you cover all examinable materials.
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