Want to score well in Boards; Follow these simple tricks
Want to score well in Boards; Follow these simple tricks :- Every student wants to score well in his/her board exams. Here are a few hacks which will help you study better.
WALK BEFORE AN EXAM
It has been proven that exercises can boost-up your memory and brain power. A research provides evidences that about 20 minutes exercise before an exam can improve one’s performance.
SPEAK OUT LOUD INSTEAD OF SIMPLY READING
Although this may make you look like a little crazy person, give it a go! You will be surprised how much more you can remember when you have said it out loud.
TEACH WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED
The most effective way to test if you really understood something is to try teaching it to someone else. If you cannot get anyone to listen to you explain the Pythagorean Theorem, just imagine there are people.
WATCH A DOCUMENTARY ON THE TOPIC
Documentaries are an entertaining and a short way of revising an entire story into a short timeframe. This will help you memories the key details from a story and you may even get extra credit for mentioning that you took the initiative and watched a film about the topic.
CREATE MENTAL ASSOCIATIONS
The ability to make connections is the fuel of creativity and imagination. When you ask a creative person how he did this, he feel a little guilty because in reality he did nothing it was the creation of his mind.
This system is called mind mapping, it is an easy way to connect all ideas by creating a visual view of different connections.
CREATE FLASH CARDS
They are helpful in testing your knowledge of the key concepts, definitions, quotes and formulas.
Music can lead to a more productive studying level by elevating your mood.
DO NOT STAY UP ALL NIGHT BEFORE THE EXAM
Make sure that you get adequate rest the night before your exams. Whenever you sleep, your brain assimilates all the information you have grabbed when studying so getting a good night’s sleep will help you remember them.
Meditation can help students stay focused while studying. Not only will this help you concentrate but will also help in reducing the pre-exam stress as it eventually improves both mental and physical health.