Tip No. 4: If you are studying in the evening, do not go straight to bed afterwards. Your mind will still be thinking of the topics you have just studied. Do something that would completely get you away from your studies. Remember that you also need a good rest. You should take care of your health. You don’t want to end up having a fever or feeling uneasy during your board exam.
Tip No. 5: Stay healthy: get enough sleep and eat sensibly. Take regular exercise and vitamins. A healthy Mind and a healthy Body will be your basic requirements during the exam.
Tip No. 6: Always think positive. You want to attract good vibes with you right? So start thinking that you will pass the exam.
Tip No. 7: Go to church and pray harder. My first captain always told me “The Board exam is 40% of study, and 60% of prayer.” It’s a stiff exam that you will be taking. You should be prepared for everything.
Tip No. 8: Simply do your best; you cannot do more than that.
Try also finding a good place to study. I always have a table with a lamp on it. I don’t want a very bright light when I’m studying, only a dim light background to see my room is enough for me. Also stick all the formulas you are having hard time to remember on your favorite wall in your room. Try reading it every day, or even just imagine it. Recall is your key to fast learning. I hope this tips will help you. Good luck.
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