We all know the exam period can be a very stressful time, with pressures building and deadlines looming it can be easy to crack. That’s why I have some exam revision tips to help keep the stress at bay and manage those emotions.
Tip number one is to start revision early. This means you have plenty of time to keep on top of things so when the time comes you can fly through knowing you haven’t rushed.
The second tip I can give you is to stick revision notes around your house. A great place is on the back of the bathroom door or on the fridge. This allows you to quickly learn things like equations or quotes.
Tip number three and an important one for all those sleepy heads out there. Revise at a desk or table not your bed because before you know it you will be in the land of unicorns and fairy’s and when you wake up it will be panic stations for the next couple of days.
Tip four is also a very important one for people who aren’t very organised and this is to create a revision timetable. This will be your saving grace when it comes to revising and helping you through the whole exam season. On the table write down all the topics you need to revise and allocate time slots to each of them day by day. NOTE: you must follow it if you want to see results.
The final tip I will give you is don’t spend ages making your notes look good, unless you are doing art you ain’t getting marks for looks. You are the only person who will be using your notes and as long as it makes sense to you that’s all that matters.
So there you have it. 5 hopefully helpful tips to help you navigate through the tricky waters of what we call exams, thanks for reading and remember that the more you put in, the more you’re going to get out.