“Impossible is just an opinion” this is the famous quote by legendary Paulo Coelho. This resonates with our topic of the day as well. Examination time is on the head and the students’ heartbeats have started increasing as its just few days left to face the D-day. What do we do now to buck up and get the best results.? To make the impossible, possible. What do we do?
So, Relax a bit, Take a deep breathe! We are going to help you out. It is time to do the SMART work than the hard work. How do we that? lets us see:
1. Sleep Timely
It is very essential to have a sound sleep of 6-7 hours. The calmer the mind, the better the results. Generally students in the peak days tend to over-stress themselves resulting into bad results and unwanted tension. Rather than exerting yourself for the whole night and feeling sleepy in the exam room, you should have a good sleep and wake up early in the morning with high spirits and full of enthusiasm so that no one not even you can take right of yours to excel in the examination!
2. Manage Time
It is said “ Lost Time is never found again”. When the examination is very near , its important to know what exactly we have to study and how much and for how long. For eg: you want to study a subject you are weak in and you keep on just mugging up, investing yourself in that particular subject only then you have wasted your time. You could have invested that time in the subject which you are very good at. This would help you to even save some time to polish the subject you are weak in. Managing time is an art which one should learn at an early age so that the fruit of it can be borned after.
3. Analyze your areas of study
Analysis will always make you understand what exactly is required to bring the best result out and it will help you know where you are lagging. Exam time there is lots that goes in the mind and hence analyze what you have to achieve! What is your target and get yourself together to work towards achieving it. Remember small steps turn into large leaps. Just have confidence, sort yourself out and go ahead. You are a winner already!
4. Revise to the core of your heart
Heard about the quote “Fully revised is half work done”? The key to getting all answers correctly in the examination hall is thorough revision. If you have revised well, you can pen down the answers appropriately. There are many students who do not believe in revising beforehand and always end up Forgetting the topics which they have covered well.
Do not just keep on reading the notes you have. Always remember writing down the notes helps you to learn them better. It is important for you to solve the question papers asked previously in the exam so that you have an idea of the pattern of the question paper.
5. Train yourself
Train yourself to stand out in a group of people. Do not fear to lose out on anything. Have confidence and face the situation. Some students have a nervous breakdown in the examination hall for no reason at all. So you have to understand this , it is you and only you who is going to bring the happiness and success to you. So calm yourself down and reach the exam center at least 15 minutes before and just relax. You are just few steps away from the awesome experience.
What is important in an examination is your peace of mind, and the SMART work will surely help you gain confidence and perform well!