Practise: “Science is the captain, and practice the soldiers.” ---Leonardo da Vinci
The more you practise, the more comfortable you are in the face of examinations. Taking past papers under exam conditions are essential: the more confident you feel in doing the papers, the better you will be able to perform. Reflection and feedback on the mock exams will let you know how you will grow academically.
Reading the reports written by the examiners will give you ideas on how you could improve your academic capabilities in handling the exams. Learn from both top and lower marks to know what to achieve and what to avoid.
Prepare: “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”
Keep your notes organised throughout the year: you can revisit the materials according to your study schedule. You will need to review your schedule six weeks before the exams, and you will have a clear picture of what topics you should spend more time on.
Pay attention to your well-being: be healthy, do exercises regularly, and even have some plants surrounded your desk or house. Moving your body will stimulate your brain, and taking breaks will energize you and make you focus for long- hours studies.