This blog consists of some of the various habits and practices that can be done by a student to maximize their productivity and perform better in their examinations.
While these tips are very helpful and can take up your exam preparation to a whole new level, they alone cannot guarantee your exam success.
These should be combined with hard work and dedication as they are the basic pillars of exam success.
If you can't focus for long hours, try breaking your study session into small chunks and do the things you like in breaks.
Slowly build up your focus and increase the length of your study sessions at once.
Also, after you are done with your syllabus, keep revising, and start giving mock tests to practice in the simulated exam environment.
Best of Luck!
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What’s the best pre-bedtime ritual you should follow for your child in exams?
Make sure your child is not in front of the computer screen or a mobile device for at least 60 mins before bedtime.
Keep relaxing activities such as reading a story or listening to gentle music apart from their usual bedtime routine.
Don’t give heavy snacks or too many fluids to your child before they hit the bed. You can, however, give them a light snack or some juice or milk before they sleep.
Why is sleep important during exams?
Sleep deprivation can cause tension-anxiety, mood disturbances, confusion, and physical/mental fatigue among children. This can hamper your child's performance in exams.
How to study for Exams?
Make a well planned timetable for daily preparation with realistic goals.
Simplify your study materials and don't refer to too many books. Stick to one of them.