Tests and exams can be a stressful time for most of the students, but follow these excellent stress-free suggestions for revising, and you might find yourself at the top of the brainy class.
First tips study in a peaceful place away from the TV and computers etc. that are both relaxed and pleasant.
Second tips Make a revision timetable every day and always let your family, relative and friends know when you are revising your study.
Third tips create a summary of your notes and anything simple and easy that helps your memory as short notes, drawings and sayings are much easier to memorise.
Fourth tips get help and ask relatives, friends and family to test and correct you. Also, attend any teacher revision classes because teachers will know better than anyone what will be in evidence and exams.
Five tips record yourself reading notes and occasionally listen to them instead of reading.
six tips try to take a 5 to 10-minute break in every hour and do some stretching activities, go for a short walk or make yourself a drink.
Seven tips provide yourself some fun time each day to relax and make sure you to get a good 8 hours of sleep each night without stress.
Eight tips eat well and healthy brain foods like Whole grain foods (wheat bran, cereals, whole wheat pasta and wheat germ), Blueberries, Blackcurrants, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Oily fish and Nuts.
Nine tips don’t panic if you feel a bit inconsiderate. A certain amount of nervousness helps you perform to the best of your hard work, producing a rush of adrenaline that helps you to feel clever and focused.
Ten and last tips always think positive it’s seriously not the end of the world if you fail you will get another chance.
Now, it’s time to test your brain and your hard work into those textbooks and the exam. Good luck!