– spend as much time as possible in the weeks before the exam investigating each point, finding alternative sources, “buildings context”
– the week of the exam, make a quick run through any practice questions, make up your own, challenge each other in a study group
– the day before: look over the big picture again
– the hour before “ the Hour of Power” go over, very quickly, all of the vocab, equations, main ideas, etc (the short lists you should have memorized) if math is involved, get your math mind warmed up
– eat one hour before; avoid carbs; drink coffee only if it is helpful; be early; have supplies; put on noise canceling headphones and get in the zone.
– during: FOCUS, split up sections so any time limit isn’t a problem, only stop if you need the restroom and do that immediately and quickly so you don’t lose momentum
Love Kris 💙
Starting reading with focuse and writing important parta in notes, after finishing whole course, we can review the notes several times
Hard boiled egg, 2 glasses of water and coffee.
After I write down how I feel, I feel like I have been aware of my feelings
Before going to bed place your phone somewhere far away from your bed.
Cobra pose is good for your back,
and helps strengthen your wrist.
6 am wake up then 15 minutes brush teeth,Have a shower ,
And then start studying
For 3 hours in morning
And in night you should study 3 hours
In morning read 📚
And night write ✍
This of course is the ideal scenario, good luck in your exam.
PS: I have exams too :'(
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