The best way to get high grades on an exam is to consider the entire length of your course as a pre-exam, preparation period. To get high marks, start by recognizing that all academic work done through the academic year is exam studying.
The strategies below can help you keep pace throughout the year. They will ensure exam success as well as mastery of the subject.
- Understand your syllabus: Understanding your portions and the weightage attached to different sections helps you in deciding how much time to dedicate to each section. For example, if you know that there will be just a 5 marks question from a particular section, you do not have to dedicate a week practicing those sums.
- Study Plan: Understanding the weightage attached to different sections helps you in deciding how much time to dedicate to each section. For example, if you know that there will be just a 5 marks question from a particular section, you do not have to dedicate a week practicing those sums.
- Daily target: Identify your daily goal in concrete terms and put it in writing to strengthen your resolve.
- Solve Problems yourself: Whereas it is good to go through and understand different types of problems, it is very important to solve them yourself. Knowing theories and concept is necessary but to learn their application is inescapable if you want to score full marks in maths. You have to solve each by yourself, minimum 3-4 times over the course of time.
- Address your problem areas outright: There may be times when you are solving a sample paper and you come across some questions which you cannot solve. While it is convenient to keep them aside to clear later, but over a period of time these accumulate and become a burden for you.
- Time Management: It is not easy to be a maths champion. You must take out some time every day to solve mathematical problems in order to score 100/100 marks in maths, even when you have dedicated a particular day to some other subject. This can range from a quick half an hour of going through your register of formulae and methodologies, or dedicating couple of hours to solve sample papers.
- Self Assessment: Assessment from time to time helps in analysing weaker sections and areas where you tend to make mistake. This is very important if you don’t want to repeat your mistakes in exam.
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