Making Preparatory Holidays Work

Making Preparatory Holidays workHolidays or Preparatory Holiday before the final board exams is the last leg of the journey towards the Board exams. There is hardly anytime left before you face the real exam. So now is the time to make the most of what you done (or not done) so far. Here a few ideas that can work:

  • To begin with, get your time management in place, set up a timetable for your study. Write down how many days to go before the exam. Then organize your study accordingly. You may want to give some subjects more study time than others, so find your comfort zone.

  • Get into a routine as soon as possible, this will help you achieve more.

  • Go through your notes, summaries, charts, index cards and formulae regularly.

  • Take some time to revise and ask yourself random questions to check how much you are aware of.

  • Practice writing. Speed and accuracy is the key to ace board exams.

  • Avoid procrastinating or thinking that there’s time left, so you can postpone studies or do it after some time. Remind yourself of the approaching exam dates.

  • Do not indulge too much into online games or videos or television watching or social media. You do not want afterthoughts of the game played or video lingering, which can be a major obstacle in your studies.

  • If you are under prepared, talk to your parents /teachers who can help you handle your situation better.

  • Do not give up if you realise that you are still lagging behind. Try to get your act together and start working harder.

  • Exercise a little, so as to keep your body fit and energetic.Making Preparatory Holidays Work 2

  • Have light nutritious food within regular intervals to boost your energy levels. Avoid overeating heavy or junk food.

  • Do not indulge in thinking about the results, instead start toiling for the results while there is time.

Have faith in your preparation, you have time until you finally appear for the exam. Stay focussed, stay fit and remind yourself that it is a study break and not a break from studies.

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Updated: February 15, 2018 — 5:32 pm