When the time comes to test your knowledge and sit your exams, you may begin to feel stressed and anxious. This can have a detrimental effect on your exam results.
Exam periods can be a challenging time and it is easy to wear yourself out in between the exams and late night revision sessions. To relieve some of this pressure and to help you successfully prepare for your exams, here are our top revision tips…
Start preparing for exams early by creating a revision plan. You can create a timetable style document on your computer or as a poster for your study area. This will help you to clearly see the times when you should be revising, and the free time you can use to see your friends or enjoy your hobbies.
It is important to feel motivated during your revision and to keep a positive attitude, in order to perform well during your exams. To help you stay motivated, you should remember to reward yourself after you have completed a study session. These rewards could include an activity like a movie night or a personal purchase, such as your favourite magazine.
Little and often is the best method when it comes to revision. Try not to cram too much revision into your study periods and remember to take regular breaks. This will prevent you from feeling unmotivated and stressed, and will give you time to unwind and relax.
Going for a walk in the fresh air is a great way to take a break from your exam revision. Regular walking can help your mental health, reduce anxiety and improve your overall wellbeing.
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