|Organized Study for Class Tests and Exams|
Organized Study for Class Tests and Exams
Sweating over multiple class tests next week? Feeling panicky about how to cover Maths, Physics and Chemistry within a week? No use cursing the teachers about scheduling so many tests at the same time. What will really help you in this case is planning out your study schedule for the week leading up to the tests. Given that you have been regular with your studies, some smart studying should help you ace the tests with flying colours.
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- The first and basic rule to avoid last minute panic is to study daily and regularly. It is important to attend daily classes in school, not just physically but mentally too. And to ensure that, you can start by taking notes of what the teacher teaches in class. Notes help in a quick recap of the important points teachers cover in school. Keeping your notes organized subject wise and making sure that they are legible, makes sense so that it can be reviewed at any time and can reduce last minute panic rush. Make sure to go through your daily notes after school. Reading and reviewing them a few times ensures that you remember what you have learnt that day.
- Manage your time effectively. It’s no use slogging for 8 hours daily for a week before the tests if you have not been studying at all for the past month. Trying to memorize everything at once will only muddle you even more. With a week in hand, you can plan out your available study time and divide it between the three subjects to be covered – Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Maybe you are strong in Maths and do not need too much practice, so allocate less time for that subject. Instead practice Physics in the time saved if you find the subject difficult. Also, you can study one subject each day or study a little of all three daily, depends on what works best for you. Limit the daily time of study according to your attention and concentration capacity. Most students cannot achieve quality study beyond 2 hours, that too with breaks. So take short breaks after an hour half hour or 45 minutes of study. But concentrate and don’t get distracted when you are at it.
- Devise a method of studying. Every student has a method to study and memorize. Some like to speak aloud and repeat to themselves, while others prefer writing everything down. Some students make and review regular notes while others attempt written and mock tests. To practice for MCQs, it is better to concentrate on facts and details, while long answers need revision of important and expected topics. Maybe the teacher has stressed on some Physics experiments in class. Or some Chemistry equations are a must to be reviewed.
- Don’t make excuses for yourself. Do not postpone studying to later or tomorrow. With so much to study, it is natural to feel overwhelmed sometimes. But do not take a complete break for some days. That makes getting back to it even tougher. Instead take help from teachers at school to help plan a workable routine for you. If you are not in a mood to study a particular subject, try something else. Infuse fun into studying by scheduling a group study session once in a while. Or design tests for each other in your group and review the results together. This way, you get a break from monotonous studies and memorize important chapters in an innovative way. You can also plan a quiz on a particular chapter or subject. Get creative with studies, but don’t give them up.
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