Have all necessary material with you, such as
pens, pencils, rulers or special equipment while in an examination.
Have a relaxing night before your exams. Have an
early night, and try to have a healthy breakfast.
Read the full Question paper. Where you have
choices, decide which ones you plan to answer.
Spend some time drafting a plan for the
questions you choose to answer.
While you are answering one question,
information about another may suddenly occur to you. Jot it down somewhere
because when you come to that question perhaps an hour later, you may have
Don’t leave any questions unanswered.
Never leave the room early. If you have time at
the end, go over your work, add information (eg in the margin). You can’t
return if you suddenly remember a fact after you have left.
Do not spend too long on multiple choice
With multiple choice questions it is best to cover the answers and work out
your own before looking at the choices on paper. If you can’t answer the
question come back to it later - have a guess.
No matter how well you answer other questions,
you must leave time for all questions - a perfect answer can still only earn
a certain number of marks. If you write nothing, you can’t receive any
marks and you have lost all your marks for a particular question. Write
something - it may at least give you a few points.
Maintain your energy level.
such as chocolate bars before an exam might give you an energy boost to
begin with but your blood sugar levels will drop within an hour and your
energy will plunge dramatically, making it hard for you to concentrate.