How to Revise for Exams – Final Revision Tips

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Revising for exams is the final stage in the study process.  If students revise well for exams, they can score better grades, and it can even reflect the difference between getting an A grade or a B grade and so on.  To become motivated to do a good revision for exams, first of all, students need to understand that exams are there just to evaluate understanding of concepts.  There is no need to become stressed out before exams if students have done the requisite earlier revisions and studies.  Revising for exams becomes the final revision stage in a series of revisions.

How to Revise for Exams – Final Revision Tips

  1. Have an exam revision plan:   Chart out how you are going to revise for the exams by having an exam revision tracker.  Note down exam dates and study leaves.  Allot the requisite time for revision for each subject.
  2. Revise in an active manner rather than passively: Revision and study can happen best if it is done in an active manner.  Reading and re-reading notes or pieces of marked text will not help students to be actively involved in the learning process.  It will not help students to understand concepts in depth.  Students need to revise with the help of review questions.  This will make the learning more interactive.  They can then check how well they have articulated the answers and whether they have covered relevant points with the notes that they have made.  They should ensure that they are expressing their understanding in their own words.  This will help them understand the concepts thoroughly and score top grades.  They should not try to memorize answers as this is mere rote learning and will not help students to truly understand concepts and can be counterproductive.
  3. Take sufficient study breaks and stay healthy: Students need to take care of their health before the exams.  Also, avoid marathon study sessions or staying up late to study.  Taking study breaks in between exam revision sessions will ensure that students stay refreshed.
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