Are you taking your KVPY exam this year? The Diwali holiday seems the last chance to revise the syllabus of the exam. Below are five tips on how you can best do this.
1. MAKE SUMMARIES
Perhaps the greatest cliche of learning a lot of material, but the best method. Make summaries for all the tests you have in the superstructure. Also, the material is available on the Internet for your exam, so why not start already? If you make good summaries, you don't have to open any more books during the exam period. That saves a lot of time. Then, of course, you have to keep them well.
2. TAKE OLD EXAMS
Okay, maybe this is the biggest cliche of learning exams. But again true. The design of exams does not change much every year so to get into the right flow it is smart to look up old exams. You can also do this for your final exam. You can also get more information about this on the talent search program for the student. For example, for your math B test on trigonometry, you can only make all trigonometry assignments from exams. An additional advantage is that teachers often use these assignments in their tests and that you will probably come across an assignment in the test that you have already done.
3. DON'T STAND FOR SURPRISES
Make sure you know when the exam is and make sure you know the material of the exam. You can find the exam material on the Internet, but even better you ask your own teacher about this. Find out for yourself which parts of a course you find difficult and which parts you do not. Then you can already distribute attention.
4. MAKE A (LARGE) PLANNING
In line with this, you naturally spend more time on difficult parts than on easy parts. It is wise to start this on time. Nothing is as bad as having to do a lot at the last minute. This causes stress, unrest and does not contribute much to your grade. For example, schedule three hours every Sunday to take an old exam. If you start with that now, you have already taken a few exams for each course during the holidays. This also helps you practice sitting still and concentrating for a long time.
5. KNOW WHAT YOU NEED HELP
Everyone does have a profession that he or she faces. It is not bad at all to get help for an exam that you are uncertain about. There are many tips & tricks available on the Internet, and also many schools or universities to assist their students by giving them advice for the exam. Don't wait too long to get extra tips and tricks, so that you have plenty of time to practice.
Share this message if you find these tips useful. Like if you already do one of these things. What else do you do to be ready for your exams as early as possible? Let it know in the response.
For more tips for exams, read:- Tips to prepare for Scholarship Exams