Give yourself the best chance with these "STUDY TIPS" and try not to let the stress get to you!
(1)MAKE A TIMETABLE:Creating a study schedule is a time management method that can reduce a student's level of stress. It is helpful as it lets you plan your studies systematically and ensure you are not wasting your time unnecessarily..!! make a time table by divide the time equally have to spend it for each subject. If you have a long night of studying ahead of you, make a plan for the day. Aim to work for 30-60 minute periods with 5-10 minute breaks in between. Your brain needs the break to recharge. It's not laziness – it's letting your brain synthesize the information.you should also consider each of difficult subject.
(2)FOCUS:Self-help is the key here. No one else is going to stop you from doing what you want, but you’re the one who will face the consequences if you fail to meet your targets.Concentration is one of the main thing which we requires while studying.Try meditation for just 10- 15 mins everyday. This will keep you relaxed.
>Find a quiet work space away form other distractions and make it into your study space.Be an active learner....
>Try to switch subjects every hour or so,to prevent yourself from getting bored and saturating your mind. Too much of one subject and your brain will start going on autopilot. A new subject will wake up your mind and your motivation.
>switch off your electronic gadgets while studying from getting distracted towards it.
(3)PRIORITIZE ON WEAK SUBJECT'S:In best case develop passion for your subjects. This eases up everything.Aim to revise everything but devote more time to things you don't understand or know less well. It sounds obvious, but it's surprisingly hard to do. Why? Because we like doing easy things—so our tendency, when we revise, is to concentrate on the things we already know. Prioritizing weak subjects also goes back to understanding the marking scheme. Let's suppose your examination involves you writing three essays. Most likely they will carry equal marks. Even if you know two subjects off by heart and get perfect marks, if you can't write a third essay you risk losing up to a third of the marks. So weak subjects will have a disproportionate effect on your total mark, dragging your overall grade down much more. That's why you should give weak subjects most focus.
(4)PLAN YOUR REVISION:One good tip is to make revision a habit.treat it like a job and make yourself revise between certain set times of the day whether you feel like it or not. No-one ever feels like revising, but if you get into a routine where you always begin and end at the same time, you'll find it a whole lot easier. Another good tip is to intersperse your revision with relaxing activities to stop your brain overloading. Go for walks, listen to music, hang out with friends, play sports—whatever you like— as long as you understand the distinction between break and distractions. Probably give reading books a miss until your revision is done, however.
(5)BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF:what are you good at and what are you bad at?may be you think you're good at everything.But you'll still have weak point you need to focus on;and if you think your're bad at everything;that's probably not true either,you yourself should know which subject you are felling tough so that you could spend more time on the toughest subject ;so you can get through your exam by doing best.
(6)PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT(mock tests) :practice make man perfect"Mock exams are a great opportunity for students to figure out and practice what works best for them.Revising or solving Old test papers helps you to get through your exam!
(7)REMEMBER YOUR GOALS:Everyone of us have goals and aims the only
way to success is by studying.keep reminding yourself that "success is in your hands".Never try to give up until you reach your success!