Golden points for Success in Exams
Examination has an important role in the life of every person, and they required help for achieving target in the exams, so we give following golden points to those thirsty peoples:
- Do not despair there’s still time.
- Make a revision plan, without plan journey is headache.
- Everyone has a unique study style, do not compare it with others, you adopt with respect to yourself
- Be aware of your best times for study:
- Owl (night) style
- Cock (morning) style
5. Concentrate on the core topics, which are defined in syllabus or in sample paper.
6. Spend more time on weaker areas.
7. Study past exams; solve previous papers, and papers of other colleges, universities, and centers.
8. By practicing, extend your concentration span.
9. Going through the study text, focus on efficient reading and not speed reading.
10. Building up knowledge base, logical base, starts innovative and analytical thinking.
11. Do not ignore example, attempt all examples and exercise.
12. For quick revision, use synopsis, pointers, and summaries.
13. After covering core areas, and weaker areas, then going through revision series.
- Topics already studied
- Topics not previously covered
14. Eliminate exam phobias:
- Fear of ‘failure’
- Not performing up to mark
15. Learn stress management, not only physical but also mental control:
- Avoid negative thinking.
- Examination simulation
16. Get a good and healthy night sleep.
17. Assemble all your things the night before, for this please uses “Tick and cross’ theory.
18. Be alert and pumped up, for this use ‘PUSH’ theory i.e Pray Until Something Happiness.
19. Do not discuss the paper outside the hall, because if your answer is wrong then you feel stress and if your answer is right then you became over-confident.
20. Do not study immediately before the paper.
21. At the time of paper, spend a few times choosing the top priority questions i.e do the easiest question first.
22. Managing the initial few minutes in the examination—its normal to find paper sounding ‘French or Greek’ at the beginning.
23. Identify properly the key adjectives I questions e.g List, Explain, Define, Comments etc.
24. Answer ‘what has been asked’ rather ‘what should have been asked’
25. Follow the rubric (instructions) on the paper.
26. If the paper is easy, do not lose your ‘concentration’, control the emotions.
27. If the paper appears difficult and tricky, also control the emotions; take it as a challenge and a ‘blessing in disguise’.
28. If you made a bad start, forget it and try to optimize your performance in the remaining time.
29. Please do not ‘defeat themselves’.
30. please, should not ‘grade their own papers’.
31. Do not change your mind in half way.
32. Plan and organize answer first.
33. Proper use ‘Time Topology’
- Allocate time per mark.
- Time each question before starting.
- Attempting initial questions: Do not eat up time allocated to the rest of the questions.
- Choose question with the respect of time-skill ratio.
34. Obey the all discipline of exams.
35. Please, use the property of neat and clean, because if they cannot read it then they cannot mark it.
36. Review and revisit your answer sheet minimum two times.
37. Control silly mistakes.
38. Do not lose unnecessary marks.
39. Do not forget to thank the ‘Allah’ (Subhana Taala)
It is not enough points , but these points changes your score and result approximately 70%, and if we learn from past experiences or papers (e.g knowledge base system) so we will get 90% to 95% targeted result, now it is depending on you,….