Published on 11.02.2020
1. Create Your Own Timetable
You know the subjects you have to work on. Based on it create your own realistic timetable for all the seven days of the week.
2. Begin Revision Early
Make a practice to start revising earlier. It will avoid all kinds of panic at the last moment and help you to understand concepts better.
3. Mix Subjects While Learning
Mix subjects while learning. Learn one subject in the morning and the other one in the evening. It will make you more interested in learning.
4. Chart Out The Subjects To Learn
Create a rough sketch of the subjects or chapters you find difficult and sequence them in terms of priority against the timetable you have made.
5. Do Regular Meditation
Achieve a state of mental alertness through medication. Your mind will be relaxed if you meditate for a few minutes.
6. Have Healthy Meals
While charting out the timetable, make room for healthy meals. A healthy meal will lead to a healthy mind and make you more focused.
7. Avoid Negative Thoughts
As soon as negative thoughts crop up, stop what you are doing. Start thinking about it and see how unrealistic they are.
8. Answer Last Year’s Papers
Review topics by answering the previous year’s question papers. Get them from your peers or teachers or even from online.
9. Good Sleep
A night of good sleep will refresh your mind and provide the required rest. A minimum of 6-7 hours of sleep at night is good for your brain.
10. Get Assistance If Needed
If you want assistance for any subject or have doubts about certain topics, take assistance from your friends, parents, or teachers.