Ten Commandments For Exams Success

What are the commandments for examination success?

Many students who are preparing for exams during this COVID are scared.

But you need not worry.

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The good news is that there is a way out.

See, there’s a very obvious reason behind the fact that some students always score well in exams and others don’t.

Yes, intelligence is certainly a factor, but more importantly, it depends on the choices that students make.

What one needs is the brain of an average student but the zeal of a winner.

I’m going to give you 10 strategies, what I call the 1o commandments for our exams success.

Read it carefully, apply it and rest assured that you will be fine.

  1. Focus on your progress:

Some students cannot bear the fact that others are getting ahead. May be someone else has completed a greater part of the syllabus. For all you know, perhaps he is not doing it as seriously as you are! So always stay focus, don’t bother about others.

  • Watch your food:

No binge eating, no unhealthy food, no reckless eating before the exams.

One simply cannot afford to fall sick in these times and therefore one must be careful. Healthy diets must be followed and one must eat at proper times. During exams, one’s personal routine goes for a toss, so the digestive system definitely needs some assistance.

  • Work hard now:

No one can get things done before they enter the exam hall. That’s an absolutely impractical plan, so whatever needs to done, must be done while there is still some time left.

  • Pack things beforehand:

Don’t get so immersed in your studies that you forget to carry along important things like the pen, calculator or ID card during the exam. It’s better to keep all the important things and documents packed beforehand, so that you can simply pick them up before leaving.

  •   Believe you can do it:

If at any point you feel you’re forgetting things, revise them quickly once more. If things get too hard, just breathe in and breathe out, calm yourself, tell yourself you can do it and start again. It’s very important that you don’t give up on yourself. Nothing is unattainable if a person believes he can do it.

  •   Give your mom/dad a tight hug:

With emotions running high on exams, you might feel like you’re all over the place.

Stop for a second, take a deep breath and give your parents a big tight hug before you leave for school.

Receiving a hug from your loved ones can actually help you feel more relaxed and calm, as it increases your oxytocin level, a hormone that helps reduce anxiety and stress.

So keep yourself mentally and emotionally stable for exams by doing lots of hugging!

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  •  Do What Works For You

Finally, everyone is different. Some people like to be on their own around exams, others blare motivational music from their earphones. Maybe you’re someone who likes to wear their shiniest pair of high heels for luck. Do whatever puts you in the best frame of mind and you’ll be set up perfectly to ace the exam. 

  •   Concentrate:

Maybe it’s the nerves, but for some bizarre reason, it’s always in the most silent and serious situations that we find ourselves struggling to fight back inappropriate but totally involuntary laughter. In an exam, the moment an even remotely funny thought or memory pops into your head, you’re doomed.

Trying to suppress a fit of hysterics in a dead quiet room isn’t easy: your eyes will water, your body will shake, and making eye contact with a friend will only generate more giggles, rendering things a thousand times worse. Make sure you rid your mind of all the recent cat videos you’ve watched and concentrate on the task at hand. As soon as laughter looms, pondering the prospect of a fail should sort you out.

  •  Pack your things:

Don’t get so immersed in your studies that you forget to carry along important things like the pen, calculator or ID card during the exam. It’s better to keep all the important things and documents packed beforehand, so that you can simply pick them up before leaving.

  1.  Get a practical plan:

No one can get things done before they enter the exam hall. That’s an absolutely impractical plan, so whatever needs to done, must be done while there is still some time left.

Conclusion

In conclusion, it is only an exam. Keep that in mind.

Yes it might be very important for you but no single exam can judge you or determine your entire future.

If it’s important, work hard for it, give it your best effort, but there’s no use in stressing yourself for the sake of it.

As you must already know, some of the richest people in the world today never finished their Graduation.

Some even dropped out from High School, and yet see where they are now!

No, I’m not encouraging you to follow that path but my point is, if you really have the determination to achieve something, you’ll do it no matter what!

So buckle up and study hard, but don’t lose your mind over it!

Which of these tips above will you use in preparing for your exams?

Leave a comment below and let’s learn from you.

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