Half of November is gone and most of you are probably busy preparing for your PreBoard Exams.
Here are a few tips from a fellow blogger to help you revise optimally and thereby, reduce stress levels. Do check out the post! 🙂
EXAMS, STRESS, REVISON
All things that hurt you mentally, physically and on a whole other level.
Trying to maintain your time as a student is probably one of the hardest things I have come across in my life so far.
But as a student I have come across some things I think may help you reduce a majority of the stress; especially if you’re like me with slightly higher levels of panic during exam season.
Visual learners learn best by seeing. Effective learning techniques include drawing pictures, charts, and mind maps. Highlighting important points in colour and re-copying notes can also be effective.
Auditory learners learn best by hearing. Effective learning techniques include discussing topics and principles, reciting information to themselves, and use of mnemonics.
Kinaesthetic learners learn best by doing. Effective learning techniques include moving around while revising, mentally reviewing what they have learnt while carrying out an activity…
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