Theory and Practicals
To view the Exams with Answers click the link the below:
Are you waiting for Final Exams
Get Rid of Distracting Devices
In today's digitally-focused world, it can be incredibly tough to go more than a few minutes without looking at your phone.
There’s a high likelihood that anyone reading this article looked at their phone while reading this article. Sadly, the dependence on obtaining constant information from phones can produce real difficulties when it comes to sitting down to study. Studies show that even the presence of a phone nearby is adequate to stopping most people from studying efficiently this means that even when using self-control and not scrolling over notifications can still result in a less-than-productive study session.
Even though alarms and certain apps can appear necessary, their inherent distracting powers may undermine the purpose of productive study time in a dedicated workspace. For most beneficial results, consider turning the phone off for a minimum of one hour and leaving it at a safe distance away from the desk as possible. This practice is beneficial during Finals Week and is an excellent practice to utilize anytime homework is being done.