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Exam time is often arduous and difficult. However, with effective planning and thorough revision you can take more control of the exam process. Revision time is the key time for you to optimize your learning, develop an overview of what you have learned, and apply your knowledge to a broad range of themes and issues.

Tests and examinations are a fact of school life, and serve a variety of purposes. They are an incentive for you to learn the material (if you know there will be a test, would you learn as much?). They also serve as a "reality check" to let you know how well you are learning material. Think of exams as a way to prove how much you have learned. This course explains ways to prepare for exams and revision, and provides powerful strategies to use during the exam.
 
 
 
 
 
Revision must be one of the most individualised processes within academic life. Students begin it with:
  • different sets of knowledge and understandings;
  • different responses to the stress of the revision and exam period;
  • different preferred revision techniques;
While it is possible to get ideas from others and from books, about how to revise, you also need to get to know what your own personal strengths and weaknesses are. How much do you already know? How do you revise? What are the factors that usually cause problems for you in managing your revision?
 
You may feel that the task is too much, and that whatever you do you will not succeed. It is important to appreciate the size of the task, but it is also important to be realistic about what you can do in the time available. The revision and exam period will inevitably involve stress. You need to monitor this and, ideally, make it work for you.
 
It is important to focus on the quality rather than just the quantity of your revision. This means that, whatever time you do spend revising, you make sure that it:is quality time; with full concentration; andWith the most appropriate revision method.
 
  • Active revision is much more effective than passive revision. Passive revision is associated with such activi ties as reading notes, and copying material. Active revision is concerned with using and organising material.
  • Unfortunately, the basic revision technique, on which most other ideas are built,
  • Is reading and understanding the material;
  • making it to a smaller chunks in note form; revising this again; reducing it again perhaps to a list of bullet points …can become a passive, time consuming exercise if you aren’t careful.
For the excellence in exams, to ensure that you are well equipped with all the strategies, a 7- step study process has been crafted.
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OnlySuccess Leadership Training LLC,
101, Platinum Business Centre , Al Nahda 2 , Dubai
28th Feb 2015 Saturday (9.00 AM to 5.30 PM)
9 Years to 17 Years
AED 350 Per Child ( Inclusive of Lunch & Snacks )
30 Seats
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