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How to Prepare For an Exam

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1How to Prepare For an Exam Empty How to Prepare For an Exam on Thu Sep 20, 2012 2:57 pm


Preparing for an exam can be a stressful and time consuming - but it need not be! By following some simple steps in this article, you will be able to make your race confident and prepared for whatever comes.



First of all, decide when to begin studying. You should start your preparation with at least a full night's sleep between you and the test. Your
brain needs time to absorb the subconscious do all that you've tried to
stick there, so do not try to force all of the contents inside of it an
hour or two before the exam. The
ideal is to begin preparing between morning and early afternoon of the
day before the trial, giving you 24 to 36 hours in advance.


Now read all your notes that are part of the exam. This is very important, regardless of whether they have two or twenty pages. They refresh your mind and help you remember the material they learned. This
will also serve to make you know where each of the data you broke and
all they contain, so you'll know where to find them when organizing



you have a sense of where everything fits, start thinking about how you
can group all that information in relevant sections. It is also recommended that you consider how you want to group them, or by themes, timelines or specific concepts.



after identifying the most important issues, you can use Wikipedia or
other online source of information to fill in what is missing in your
data (either because you lost the notes, either because that issue was
not clearly explained). The theme you choose can serve as a guide for your search and help you determine what is and what is not relevant to the proof.



At this point, you should have all the information needed for the study and notes divided into separate topics. It
is time to start creating a narrative from the information gathered and
develop it in a way that allows you to easily remember it on race day.



This method of indexing information can be seen as something like the creation of a data tree. Write down the major themes of the test in separate pieces of paper. They are the first branches of your tree. Then
come the issues of subtopics (you just set), which are more refined
groupings of data contained in each of the main themes. Write the topics under the subthemes.



When beginning the process of memorization, focus on a single issue at a time, until you master well. Once you've memorized the theme well and the matter contained herein, proceed to the next. Keep this sequence until you have memorized everything you need to know to make the race.



For the first theme, start at the top and read all related content. Once you already have a good general understanding of the subject, focus on learning some "phrases" related to each topic. They will help you remember what that issue was.



Once you are confident that all subjects learned, release the study and take a break. No use trying to cram the whole thing in your short-term memory at once. Allow time for your brain to enter all the information subconsciously. Therefore it is important to start the whole process with at least one day in advance.



On race day, set your alarm to wake up at least two hours before the test. An hour and a half before the race, start to make a mental review of all the themes and topics. If you have forgotten something, check your notes. Yes this is the time to cram information into your brain! Try everything to put all the content in your short term memory. You certainly want to memorize all he learned, but ... When missing only 15 minutes to proof, stop everything! Spend the last few minutes before the test without thinking about anything at all related to it. Relax and breathe deeply. If you have followed all these steps, everything will work out!

* Rewrite the most important parts of your notes always, this will help you memorize them.

* Do not try to study a hurry. Use only the time needed to review your notes, so you can memorize them easily.

* Take frequent breaks to help your subconscious to process information in your brain.

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