“Before you start your study, set aside panic, anxiety, and fear. These things wouldn’t help but hamper your study and concentration.”
The Higher Secondary Examination, commonly known as Class 12 Examination, of 2018, set to be conducted by the the Council of Higher Secondary Education(COHSEM), Manipur, starts from February 19.
Students of Class 12 from both Government and Private institutions have been gearing up to face the 12th standard/intermediate exam, which is considered as one of the most important exams of a student’s career.
With just a few days left for the exam, it is very crucial for students to optimize their time and approach for the big day. To help students get good marks, The Manipur Post compiles here some examination tips on how to prepare for the exam.
1. Start with simple topic
Start with the easy, simple and short topic and once interest and motivation are built up, go with the flow and cover all the topics.
2. Cover your syllabus
Confidence is the first thing you need to face the exam to get good marks. To get the confidence, you need to cover the syllabus first. You may have done this already. If not, try to cover your syllabus, this will give you confidence.
3. Plan & prioritize
With only a few days left, chalk out the most important and difficult topics that, you think, should be covered in each subject and focus on those topics. While reading one topic, don’t think of another topic, this will disturb your concentration.
4. Make points
If you find it difficult to understand a topic, make it pointwise notes and read it. This will help you to a better understanding of the topic, and attempt questions easily during the exam.
If you are unable to understand and forget what you have read frequently, then write down the part again and again on a piece of rough paper or your notebook, it helps you retain information even more.
5. Don’t forget to read summaries.
Make sure you read summaries of each chapter. This will give you a general background and help you in answering long answer questions.
6. Sleep well
Above all, you need to get a good sleep as our brains are at their best when they are rested. If you don’t sleep well, you will have a much harder time recalling the information you have read.