الجمعة 28 يناير 2011 - 19:42
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|تاريخ التسجيل : || 11/01/2011|
|الموقع : || Jordan|
|تعاليق : || TO BE OR NOT TO BE THAT``S THE QUESTION |
|وسائل الإتصال:|موضوع: Study Tips A month before the examination Study Tips A month before the examination Study Tips
A month before the examination
Your final review should start a month before the examination. Make a planned programme for your revision work.
Cartoon of someone at desk Start by thinking about what you can do well and what you do badly. You can gain more marks by improving on your weaknesses than by polishing things which you can already do well.
Make sure you understand the exact requirements of the examination and your own strengths and weaknesses. Make a focused revision programme which concentrates on the things which can gain the most marks.
Don't overwork! Always build some relaxation (not too much!) into your revision programme.
If you like working with friends, don't let your revision programme be a lonely time. Work in co-operation with other students. You can learn as much through helping as by being helped!
Cartoon of someone carrying lots of books
Star Use multi-sensory revision
We learn and remember information as pictures, sounds and movements. Think about linking the things you have learnt to pictures, diagrams, music, sounds, movements or sensations. You will find they are easier to remember.
Think of past events in black and white, present events in real colour and future events in strange futuristic colours.
Star Memorising vocabulary
You can memorise vocabulary by making pictures in your mind or on paper and labelling the different things in the picture. Test yourself regularly.
Vocabulary cards, with the word on one side and an example sentence, translation or picture on the reverse, are very useful for revising vocabulary when travelling (NOT if you are driving!).
Practise making word families like happiness, happy, happily.
Star Understanding Grammar
Check through your grammar reference notes and tick off the things you really understand. Concentrate on the areas where your understanding is not so clear. Try to make examples from your own knowledge or experience to help you remember the forms.
Star Use past papers
Practice exams are very useful for your revision particularly if you time yourself strictly. Don't let practice exams make you depressed. They can be really useful in showing what you need to practise and learn.
Star Use your teacher
Your teacher knows you very well. Ask your teacher for advice on your revision programme.
Star Build some 'rewards' into your revision programme!
Make a tough revision programme for yourself and work hard but build in some rewards for yourself after you have completed each stage of revision satisfactorily
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