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Examination is the most highlighted feature in all schools in the world. Not only it will define you as a student (well at least on a grading system perspective) but also a basis of failing or passing the subject. Normally, the professors or the teachers announce the exam schedule 3 to 4 weeks before it, but still we manage to create excuses not to get ready for it.

So here are a few  THINGS YOU SHOULD AVOID for you to hit that A+:

 

  1. Procrastination is the number one enemy of productivity. It is basically avoiding any type of task that needs to be accomplished. I’ve been a victim of it myself but trust it doesn’t get your anymore. So please, stop procrastinating and do focus on your exams.
  2. Opening Social Media Platforms– Scrolling endlessly on social media platforms have become a very normal routine when you wake up and go to sleep. It is definitely part of human’s daily to-do’s nowadays. If you’re a fan of studying and going to social media in between readings, trust me, it would consume you and ended up not studying at all.
  3. Getting into a conversation over the phone This may sound traditional but honey, this can be proven distracting when you’re studying. I’m sure your 30 minute call schedule will end up an hour or more.
  4. Watching Netflix– Well, well, well. Who doesn’t love to catch up with their fave TV series? Who doesn’t love to know if their favourite character got killed in the next episode? Scared to miss a single episode, aren’t you? Well honey, you gotta control. Netflix will always store all the episodes that you missed. Definitely, you can watch after the exam. For the meantime, FOCUS ON YOUR EXAM first.
  5. Turning the Wifi On– If you are really serious about getting high grades to your exam, you need to really kill the mother of all connectivity….the WIFI. I know it may sound ridiculous but this is the easy way for you to have 100% game face on to your exam. Come on, you have 24 hours in a day, I’m sure you can give up 8 hours or so of it just to focus on your studies.

 

It may seem difficult but once you get the hang of it, it will work out just fine. It’s better that you are prepared than be sorry after! Study….NOW!