Exams are an important part of many subjects at uni and can sometimes feel stressful. Below are some tips and strategies to help you prepare for your exams.
Tip: Go through learning outcomes, week by week, and assign each one a “hard,” “medium” or “easy” grade. Prioritise the hard material first.
Tip: Work backwards from the exam date and set several study goals along the way. Plan to have a final review of all relevant material a day or two before the exam.
Tip: Using different methods to cover the same material can help in learning.
Tip: Take any practice tests or questions under exam conditions to help you prepare.
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