With my exams right around the corner, I thought I’d share with you my tips for studying that I’ve found work really well for me. Today’s post is a collab with the wonderful Tory (make sure you check out her blog). Without further ado, here are my tips 📚❤
- Start Revising as soon as you can
I found this one helped me the most. If you leave your revision to last minute, you’ll be a stressed out mess on the day or night before the exam.
- Don’t spend hours and hours revising the one subject
One piece of advice that was given to us by our Year Head was to spend about 20-30 minutes on one subject, take 10 or 15-minute break, then go on to a different subject. This is by far the best tip you’re gonna get.
- Write down things you’re not sure of
If you’re not sure of some French vocab, note it down. With French being a new subject I’ve started this year, I’ve been writing down everything I know is on the test. Here are some pictures of my French notes
- Make a study timetable
I did this and in the beginning, I stuck to it but homework and assignments got on top of me and I started to slip but I’m getting back into it now. A study timetable means that you have enough time for revision, homework and any other activities.
I think that’s all the tips I have to give you. I know this post is probably short but I’m up to my neck in maths and French revision for my tests on Friday. If I’m a bit inactive on Instagram then I’ll most likely be revising. I had my home economics test yesterday and I’m praying I passed. That’s all for this post. Thank you for reading! Let me know if any of these help you or if you’ve already been using these tips and I will seek you all tomorrow!
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