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Confidence in Exams
A positive mindset can do wonders for your confidence in the exam hall. Matt Holden, ACCA course manager and management tutor at Reed, advises: ‘When you start getting those exam nerves and negative thoughts you have to counter them with positive thoughts. Tell yourself that you are going to pass the exam. A positive mindset will improve your chances, so why not?
Make sure you have done the right kind of studying – this doesn’t mean just reading notes all day and night, you must also practise past exam questions. If you are unable to complete any part of a question when answering a past paper, don’t just ignore it – phone a friend, or better still, contact your tutor. Remember that if you find a question difficult, it’s likely that other candidates will too.’
Fifteen minutes before the start of the exam, instead of spending time worrying about the next three hours and what the exam questions will be about, get your brain warmed up. Go over a few of the basics in your mind – get yourself tuned into the subject.’