Plan (part 3):

  1. 9th of November: Topic choosen, make timetable
  2. 16th of November: plan for making, start making
  3. 23rd of Novermber: continue page
  4. 30th of November: continue page
  5. 7th of December : continue page
  6. 14th of December: continue page.

Main body (Part 1):


Tips on exam preparations:

Exam preparation is very important. I will give you tips on how you can achieve better results in exams through exam preparation techniques. The main thing to prepare yourself for an exam preparation and taking an exam is to managing your time, making a plan and then a timetable according to your plan is very helpful.
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e.g:
Time
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
8:00
wake up
+shower
(unless you
prefer not to)
wake up
+shower
wake up
+shower
wake up
+shower
wake up
+shower
wake up
+shower
wake up
+shower
8:30
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
eat breakfast
9:00
study
study
study
study
study
study
study
12:00
take a break
(go outside take
a walk, get some
fresh air.)
take a break
take a break
take a break
take a break
take a break
take a break
12:30
eat lunch
eat lunch
eat lunch
eat lunch
eat lunch
eat lunch
eat lunch
13:00
study
study
study
study
study
study
study
19:00
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
stop studying, watch a
movie.
Make a plan of how and what your going to study:
list all your subjects and pick out the topic/s you need to study. set up an appropriate time that you need to work through the topic/s



ROMAN ROOM METHOD
One tool for remembering lists, or remembering things. Rather than actually walking through this like the previous two methods, what you want to do is use your imagination about what I'm about to go over.
Imagine yourself sitting in a room. You look at the room that you are very familiar with. It may be your bedroom, it may be your living room, it may be your den, dining room - in my case, my office. What you want to do is as you come in the door, going either clockwise or counter-clockwise, going from one piece of furniture to the next associating each piece of furniture with items you want to remember.
For instance, if I walk in my office, I can remember I have a list of things I want to shop for. Well, I can remember I want those eggs to be sitting on the desk as I walk in the front door. I want the paper towels next to the telephone. I want the frozen dinners over there by the computer to keep the computer cool.
You can walk around your room. You are not limited by twenty here. As many things as you can think of in a room, or you can imagine in that room, you can make that list of. You can make a journey out of it if you want to.
This Roman Room idea can be expanded to a journey. Let's say you know the route from your house to your office or to school. You know this by heart, you go the same way every day. Well, you can think of things you can place at the different
sights along the way. You see what we are doing here, whether it is numbers, whether it is different parts of the body, what you are doing here is identifying specific pegs that you come up with. Pegs that you can give meaning to. Pegs that you can associate with the things that you can remember. These pegs tend to be permanent things. They're not going away. So when you associate these temporary items that you want to associate with them, you have got them locked in your memory for the long pull.
http://www.studyhall.com/MEM/memory.html

sergejusov


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