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Pay attention

Pay attention to the instructions given by the supervisor at the beginning of the examination. Pay attention to the instructions that they give throughout the examination. Hear well for the school bell or alarm and try to tie the papers and finish objective answers as soon as the warning bell is rung. Image Courtesy: www.gesamtschule-eschweiler.de

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Pay attention
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Wear a watch

Set your watch according to the examination halls timings. Set an alarm for 15 minutes before the final bell so that you can check the answer paper before handing it over. Image Courtesy: www.dizzyswallo.ws

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Wear a watch
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Answering the questions

Read the entire question paper carefully and understand the questions. Tick the questions that you want to attempt and start answering the question that you are very confident about. Start a new answer on a new page. Leave the remaining space on the page after the answer, this helps you to add points if you remember it later. Image Courtesy: www.blogspot.com

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Answering the questions
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Jot down ideas as they come to you

While you are answering a particular question, information about another may suddenly occur to you. Jot it down somewhere because when you come to that question again, perhaps an hour later, you might have forgotten it those points. Use the last page of your answer sheet for rough work (or the rough sheet provided at the examination centre).You can use it to do calculations in your math test and also jot points. Image Courtesy: www.dr-mueck.de

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Jot down ideas as they come to you
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Don't leave any questions unanswered

If you are short of time, don't miss out on attempting an answer, write down the answer in points. Remember, you can only be marked on the answers you give. Blank sheets do not get marks. If you have extra time after the all answers are completed, neatly draw diagrams for the answers. Image Courtesy: www.2.bp.blogspot.com

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Don't leave any questions unanswered
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Never leave the room early

If you have time at the end, go over your work, add information (eg in the margin). You can't return if you suddenly remember a fact after you have left. Read the question paper again and check the answers to match if you have missed any answer. Image Courtesy: www.st-listas.20minutos.es

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Never leave the room early
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Do not spend too long on one question

Divide the exam time equally among the questions to be answered. If you can't answer a question come back to it later. Answer the questions you are more confident about first and then attempt the others. Image Courtesy: www.yolasite.com

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Do not spend too long on one question
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Never omit an entire question

No matter how well you answer some questions, you must answer all questions required. A perfect answer can still only earn a certain number of marks. If you write nothing, you can't receive any marks and you have lost all your marks for a particular question. Write something it may at least give you a few points. Image Courtesy: www.csupomona.edu

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Never omit an entire question
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Avoid discussing the question paper

Avoid discussing the question paper post the examination, as this will only cause anxiety, if you find out that you have answered something wrongly. It will be a distraction in your preparation for the next exam. Image Courtesy: www.school.huayuworld.org

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Avoid discussing the question paper
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Maintain a stable energy level

Eating sweets before and during an exam gives you energy. Take permission of the teacher before the exam for eating during the exam. Instead of water carry water and glucose solution. Have sips of this solution during the exams it'll keep you energetic and fresh throughout the exam. Image Courtesy: www.clipartpal.com

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Maintain a stable energy level
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