‘Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!’ – Tip 8 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 to 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.

Watch your sugar, energy drinks and caffeine.

Many students study or come to examinations with energy drinks.  They may as well save the money. They may even be hurting their prospects.

Sugar and caffeine cause a short term high, followed by a low if you don’t take more very quickly. Students will not notice this unless they are diabetic. But the brain does.

Ideally students should eat three good meals a day and take some exercise.

Remember, sugar has actually failed more students than professors. Not to mention what you are doing to your health

For more see: http://criticalthought.co.za/feesmustfallsugar-and-learning/


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