What Is The Best Method To Revise For Your Final Exam In A Short Space Of Time?


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donna jackson Profile
donna jackson answered
The worst thing you can do, is try to cram, and get stressed out at the last minute; that much I know.
You should systematically plan out exactly how much time you have left, and then allocate as many hours as you have free, morning and early evening.
So let's say you have four hours a day for the next week.
Take the material you need to study, break it into sections of as many days as you have. Let's assume for the purposes of this example, that is seven.
Then when you have the material in seven sections, break it down further into hours so you have four hours a day that's four sub sections.
Now that you have it in bite size pieces, stick completely to that, don't jump around, don't panic and daydream of your imminent failure, just do it.
If reading doesn't stick too well, first, remove yourself from all distractions including radio, music, TV and telephone. You don't want anything sabotaging your efforts.
Then go through it, and highlight key points. Then revise them, and lastly, try to write them in your own words in a note book.
Writing something involves reproducing it, which means you have to remember it. That will get you where you need to be at the end of each day. Plan your plan, and follow it.
vijanti dhanji Profile
vijanti dhanji answered
It has been said by researchers and according to their research on students; they should not study for long the day before their exams. They should properly relax their minds. And it is advised that they should not take any stress about their finals. The best thing one can do is go out for a walk, relax, read a book and should not take any sort of stress about the papers, since it is said that in such a condition, the students tend to forget whatever they have learned.

The best way to do revision in a short period of time, you should note down the importance and do them nicely. I have experienced the similar situation when I was in high school, it was much easier to write down the importance and do them. Once you're done with them you can quickly go through the rest or just read it once. After doing this you will notice you have finished it in a very little time. But remember, if you try and learn everything in these very short day it is possible to mix it all up and confuse you. So just go quickly through it but remember don't take tension.
Nouman Umar Profile
Nouman Umar answered
There are many ways by which you can revise your whole course if you are left with the short period of time for taking your exams. First of all review the whole course or syllabus which will be included in the final exams. You must have to see that what the topics are and paragraph which is included in your course. Write down the all topic on a single page against each topic write down in bullets the main points which is relevant to that topic so you do not need to cover all the material of your syllabus just write down the main points and sub points on a single paper and study them as much as you can.

So this is one way you can remember all the contents of any topic which is possible to come in the exams, so you can cover your all course for the examination. There is another way by which you can prepare for your course for final examinations. You just divide the time and schedule it according make your targets that in a specified period of time you have to cover certain material for your examination this time management will lead you towards better results and you can prepare your course in the short period of time.
Angela Atwine Profile
Angela Atwine answered

I get what I am reading when I read with a pen in my hand and try to jot down the main points. I also find my self learning fast when exams are close, when I try before it is like my brain is not working.

eye3 light Profile
eye3 light answered
1. Start studying early.
2. Use your class notes and textbooks.
3. Make a timetable for the period you are studying.
4. Work together. For example, form a small group.
5. Review all the materials at least once after your main study session.
6. Think up a few questions you might be asked on you exam, and try answering them.
7. Keep cool and calculated.

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