‘Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!’ – Tip 7 on how to score 15% extra in exams and tests.

Mohammed Ali was the greatest and probably always will be. He was a strategist who fought with his brains. So when he planted a punch, he scored a direct hit.

Strategy is a huge part in tackling tests and examinations and tests. Get the strategy right and your prospects of success are so much better.

All too often professors and lecturers don’t spend time on strategy. So lets see what we can do about that. Some of this is simple obvious stuff.

Early to bed, early to rise!

Most students think the day starts at the first lecture. And studying starts after lectures. So they are studying when they are already tired.

I am not impressed by all-night study. I think these students are half asleep and are kidding themselves.

Start work at 6 am. And do two 30 minutes study sessions before breakfast.

Now imagine how good you will feel if you have an hour’s work in the bag before lectures. That’s the psychological advantage.

But there’s more. The brain can achieve far more just after a good sleep.

 

 


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