Do exams make you nervous? Or are you afraid of failing else underperforming? Well, it doesn't need to be this way. Every person is born with a unique talent, and not all of them are brilliant. Many of them work hard to score well in exams while others don't and still manage to get good marks in examinations. There are also some students who study really hard but don't get the desired percentage. So, how to prepare for exams especially when they are just around the corner. But don't panic, here are some helpful hints for students to ace in exams and get everything done on time. Let's read it on:
Attaining a certain score is beyond our control. This fact
should be understood by parents also so that they stop pressuring their
children and boost their confidence. Fear and stress can be the major obstacles
in gaining high percentage in the exams. Hence lose all the fear and free your
mind from stress for better exam preparations.
Tip #3 Don�t cram, make Outlines:
After deciding what you need to study and how much time you
need to spend on studying, it is time to actually study. Let go off all your
cramming habits and start making short notes while studying. When you read over
your textbook and class notes, start preparing a summary for each topic.
Highlight the areas which are most problematic and once you are done with all
the outlining, review it for your final preparation.
Tip #4 Complete a mock test:
You might have found your social science, natural science
and foreign language textbooks containing a big list of questions at the end of
every chapter that never gets answered during your classroom training. You can
take advantage of it by having a mock test of these questions 3 or 4 days
before the examination. You will then get to know where to focus more for your
final exam preparation. You can even ask one of your friend or classmate to
give you an oral quiz based on the concepts described in your notebooks and
Tip #5: Stop multitasking while studying:
Set a separate time for study in advance and then follow
through. For most of the students, this could mean leaving your dorm room and
turning off their gadgets including their iPods, Facebook and other distracting
So push yourself, get yourself out of the fear and start
preparing for the exams. Remember worrying will only negatively affect your
scores in exams. So, stay stress-free and adopt following tips to get good
marks in your exams.