Whether you're cramming for a test or trying to write and essay quickly, the last few weeks of school can be scary for students of all ages. The situation becomes even more stressful when you've only got one day to study for an important exam. The good news is you that can prepare for a test in 24 hours, but you've got to be strategic about how you approach the material. The tips in this article are designed to help you save time while you're studying you're whether you have a full day before the exam or just the night before. With some hard work and perseverance, you'll be able to confidently identify and memorize key concepts in the course even if you've fallen behind in class.
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Of all the odious things about doing exams and I can think of an awful lot of them , two parts of the experience, in my opinion, vie for the title of most unpleasant. The first is Achey Hand: that feeling, an hour or so in to any essay paper, that your poor, sore hand is probably crippled forever, and cannot possibly write one single more word without the attention of a doctor with a special qualification in muscle exhaustion. The blistered lump on your middle finger, meanwhile, is probably beyond all help. The second is the feeling of unmediated horror that will overcome most of us, at one point or another, upon realising that something has gone very wrong. And of course, there are plenty of lesser evils in second, third and fourth places, like: the girl in front of you with the stress-induced nosebleed please! Perhaps the actual-getting-it-over-with is a bit better than the weeks of flash cards, past papers, and essay plans that precede ; and starting on the last question of the last paper, your freedom only a glimmer away, is one of the best feelings ever; but, to me, most of the other parts of the process seem designed specifically to terrify and enrage. The most successful students might get in a pickle about exams, just like the rest of us; they might dread them for weeks, and have days where they feel like doing anything but revision — but often, they see the task in a more practical light.
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