Article by twilightcrazedxxx. Originally published on June 6th 2012 at 10:49, republished today for the January exam series
We all stress about them, am I correct?
Here are a few tips to help you get higher grades:
- 1. Have plenty of water before you revise
- 2. Don’t revise at the last minute
- 3.Do revision earlier on in the day so that you can remember it throughout the day
- 4. Draw a spider diagram of what you need to learn (use colours it help the brain work)
- 5. Make sure all homework is completed and handed in on time
- 6. Pay attention in class
- 7. Don’t leave class for anything e.g. toilet, water etc.
- 8. Make sure you revise everything equally (or if you find one subject hard and one subject easy, take a few hours off easy and add them onto hard)
- 9. Plan a revision timetable.
- 10. Try to get inspired; for example I got inspired by Hermione Granger, I have often been compared to her, for my determination when revising
Following these rules gave me higher grades, my comparisons and praise (not saying I am a teacher’s pet)!
Please try your best at exams… good luck!
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