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How to study and prepare for Exams

Updated on September 15, 2015
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How to prepare for the exam?

It's a real question that every student asks themselves. Many parents say their children show good performance in the classroom, but the exam results are average. Asking about this, the children's says that they studied everything but forgetting what they studied while seeing the Question paper. Did any parents think about why it's happening? I think many of the parents beat their child without finding exact reasons. This will lead the children to move away from the study.

However to overcome this problem and to get good results in exams one have to consider the following ways that should change your studying ways from study room to Exam hall.

My simple suggestions

And finally talking about my tips that mainly i used during my early study times-Use more muscles to get a better result.That is simply reading the chapters in mind will not bring anything to the paper during exams, If you want something to remember read your chapters loudly and mostly write down the matters that help you to improve your blood flow and thus better result.

How it influenced your result?

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Relax

Change your Studying style:


Simply reading your books will not help to remember anything during exams. So study according to a proper plan. Many of the students concentrate on one subject at a day, this have to change. Instead of it tries to study two or more subjects. Why I am saying means for every subject’s different part of the brain is stimulating and this will improve your interest in studies. For example, while studying math’s brain's left side part will be active and when you study English this part is rested.

Reintegration or remembrance:

While writing exam many students forgetting the answer of anyone question and this will make tension in them and causing difficulty in answering the remaining. To overcome these students can use integration technique. In this technique one has to remember where you studied, the situation and environment, which page, which place you sat for study, whether you taken any notes etc...Close your eyes for a few seconds and go through these situations are helpful to remember the part of answer one studied.

By remembering these will help to find and remember the answers that you studied.

Shaping/molding your Mind:

If you eat your food very fast it may cause digestion problems. Likewise studying subjects in a hurry cause forgetting about what you studied. So slowly read and understand the subjects. For example; in cricket when Batman comes to crease, they will not play suddenly. They initially do a warm up. Likewise a student should free their mind before going to study. Now take the previous question papers and find the exact answers, read each subheading and text under it and note down important points. Thus by doing this you will get an overall frame of the answers and will help you to keep it in your mind.

Copy and Paste:

Mainly two ways we are utilizing our memory, one is to study the teacher tough in class by your own way of understanding. It can be used for studying subjects like literature, history and social science.
Secondly we use our memory for remembering equation, quotes and other languages. This is the method of copying the data written in books and pasting it in your mind.

Make Outlines and Flashcards:

Make required outlines of the portions that are difficult to study and finally make a summary of that part. This will help to improve your preparation for the exam.

Always try to make portable information about the studied materials. By making this will help to review the text portions again and again.

Relax:

Doesn’t panic about the result after the exam, as worrying will not change your result. It may only affect your mindset for the next exam. So just focus on the next exam.

A video showing how to prepare for exams

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    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR

      viewfinders 

      5 years ago from India

      thanks karsihma for the visit and comment.

      Hope you like my writings........

      keep in touch

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      karishma sing 

      5 years ago

      this is the proper way to get good marks

    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR

      viewfinders 

      5 years ago from India

      hope my suggestions will help you to improve in your exams

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      somraj 

      5 years ago

      thank you... I will go with your value-able suggestion.

    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR

      viewfinders 

      5 years ago from India

      thanks for your observation and comments.

      yes, really our education system should be changed.

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      Rumana 

      5 years ago from Sharjah, UAE

      In India, students usually are mugging up everything to get top scores in Exam, which is creating lots of pressure on them.

      I think they need to change their education pattern. Well, your hub was quite interesting.

      Voting up interesting and Shared

    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR

      viewfinders 

      5 years ago from India

      thanks anam for your valuable comment, i wish you a success in coming exams

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      ANAM 

      5 years ago

      SO !nice i liked it so much i felt relaxed hope i get the top most mark

    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR

      viewfinders 

      5 years ago from India

      nithin,just spend 5 minutes with them and hold the book in your hand & try to read the portions again and again or use some short cuts or keywords to remember what you studied. If you still facing some problems then go to the your classmate room where you good a atmosphere to study.

      Always make short note on what you studied.hope you like my advice,if not please share your toughs and i will suggest another methods.

      keep in touch

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      nithin 

      5 years ago

      in my room lot of the student will come to meet my roomate ,how to concentrate on study without diverting my mind towards them.

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