A big question that you always ask yourself. Here are some tips that may help you. Dear student friends you people may be of different types. I know, many of you, no all of you are so brilliant students. Yet there may be some problems regarding your studies Let's discuss it here. Many of you may be working hard and getting good marks and some of you may not be working hard but still manages to get high marks in exams, others may be wondering how it happens?
And also there will be a few of you who study well but still not able to score well in exams. Don’t worry there are some very simple tips by following which you can become master. These tips will tell you 'How to prepare for Exams in Short time', 'How to prepare for a class 12 CBSE or ICSE Board exam' as well as a competitive exam like JEE and even you can prepare for exams in a week just by following these tips. It will be even better if you follow this for a long period of time.
• Don't panic on exam day. On the night before the exam, and in the morning, read through your notes a few times, then put them away. • Don't panic if you have not studied well. Just think over the question and you might remember something the teacher taught you. After all, you are studying things that men/ women have discovered before without previous knowledge. • Keep a glossary of any words belonging in an educated vocabulary and pertaining to your subject matter which you may be able to incorporate in formulating your exam responses. • Make your own reviewer. Write your keywords in every topic and use different colors of ink for easy recognition. When you create your reviewer, use all the resources you have available. Make sure to personalize it so you can enjoy it! • Eat a healthy breakfast that day, so you feel energized, but don't eat so much that you feel full. Something to consider is a study that says males do better on tests if they are slightly hungry, and females do better on tests if they are slightly full. Again, don't overdo it. • You gain less by studying for exams at the last minute. One way to think about it is to start studying for the next exam as soon as you get the material, don't wait until a week before the test to start. • Try and have all your study notes complete at least 2 weeks before the exam. This allows you plenty of time to work through past papers for revision and go over and re-read anything you're a bit hazy on. • In the lead up to exams, try and get your hands on some exam papers for previous years. Doing these before the real exam will give you an idea as to what you'll be up against and will highlight anything you still need to revise. • If you suffer from exam stress then take a calming antidote, perhaps an herbal tea. Just don't overdose because it'll make you drowsy. • Don't stress out, it makes your mind work slower. • Allow yourself a few minutes to settle into a zone of intense concentration when approaching your reading or writing academic assignments. • Realize that you may need to internalize information actively to keep focused. This may be accomplished by following the text with a pencil and whispering the text to yourself to ensure that you are progressing during your study segments of time. • Reproduce the academic material from memory to monitor retention levels at regular intervals as a sort of self-testing mechanism. • Find as many associations or ways to connect the new information which your brain is acquiring with the information which is already securely entrenched in your brain to foster cohesion in your arsenal of knowledge. • Adopt passionately creative methods of memorizing related information using numbers, acronyms, mnemonic poems, wild stories and outlandish mental pictures to truly bring the material alive in a virtually unforgettable way. • Have a balance in life, exams are simply a quick and lazy way to assess people. Don't panic, just study. • Develop a positive attitude towards exams. If you are well prepared you'll walk into the exam room thinking "WOW! I can't wait to prove myself to these examiners, I'm gonna Ace this test, just to show them." Negative attitude: "Oooh, I'm so nervous. I hate exams; what's the point? I really don't feel up to this". • Ever heard this? "Good luck with your exam!" This is false hope, you shouldn't need a pint of luck to help you succeed,and if you DO need good luck, then you obviously haven't prepared enough. • While some can be, most exams aren't really this big. Exams are really just large quizzes with a time limit. No big deal. • During the exam, avoid blanks. Try as hard as you can to make an intelligent guess. Take the closest answer but remember not to take too much of your time in answering one item. Go back and review your answers after you finish the exam, if you still have time. • Don't waste valuable opportunities to better yourself by being lazy! • Always have a positive attitude. Prepare for the worst and expect the best! • Be relentlessly confident in yourself and your abilities! • Mind your diet and don't drink alcohol. • Avoid visiting any social-networking sites! It can be done.