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In this highly competitive world, every student is trying
their best to ace the academics and trying hard to get selected in highly
deemed High Schools or Universities via cracking entrance exams. One of the
mainstream practices to get familiar with an exam/test pattern is to solve as
many previous year questions as one can.
Previous year questions help a student to not only get acquainted with the exam pattern but also help in gaining confidence over a subject. Sometimes, questions are repeated in a shuffled manner which can help a student get a few assured marks/scores on a test. Therefore, it is safe to say that working on previous year questionnaire papers is one of the most efficient methods to practice for an examination.
How to prepare for final exams:
Take Advantage of the Review Session
Is your professor offering you a review session for
the upcoming exam? If so, you should definitely go. They’ll cover the material
you will be tested on, allowing you to focus on what you need to know for the
final. You will also receive detailed information on the format and be able to
ask any questions you have at the end.
Study for the style of exam
An effective study technique is to practice the
exam as it will be delivered. If it's multiple-choice, you'll need to know
definitions and concepts. For essay
exams, focus on your understanding of all the concepts presented, with
examples in mind.
Form a study group
There’s nothing like peer pressure to keep you
motivated to study. Make a plan with friends to review the class material,
compare notes, or work through tricky concepts. You'll benefit from the good
study habits and notes of the other members in your study group. if you’re
trying to solve a tough math problem, two heads are better than one.