How can I cover syllabus in 10 days?
Here are 10 things you should be doing in the last 10 days.
- Get organized.
- Create a revision timetable.
- Study smarter.
- Practice past exam questions.
- Learn what you don’t know.
- Get your mock paper out.
- Know the layout of the paper.
- Eat, drink and exercise.
How do you take an open book test?
Open Book Test Preparation Tips
- Preparation is key. Open book exams focus on “higher level learning”.
- Don’t place too much emphasis on reference materials.
- Organize your reference materials.
- Familiarize yourself with key concepts.
- Don’t plagiarize.
- Manage your time effectively.
Do I need to revise for open book exam?
You need to do as much work for an open-book exam as you would for any other exam, so you do need to revise. This ability to analyse ideas and explain their implications is often not replicated in books or other sources.
Are open book exams easier?
IMPORTANT NOTE: Open-book exams are NOT easier than closed book exams – oftentimes they are harder. An open-book exam will require you really understand material and be able to apply or analyze information and content rather than just remember it.
How can I make 25 hours in a day?
Do not make the mistake of sleeping less. Sleep is itself a secret productivity hack. Instead, go to sleep early enough to get between seven and nine hours. I personally aim to sleep nine hours every night.”
How many hours should you study for an exam?
If you have kept a good daily and weekly schedule, 15-20 hours should be about right for a mid-term, 20-30 for a final exam. Major papers take substantially more time and effort.
What is an open book type of a test?
An “open book examination” is that in which students are allowed to refer to either class notes and summaries or a “memory aid”, textbooks, or other approved material while answering questions. Its like question paper is given to students prior to sitting the formal exam or are to complete as a ‘take-home’ exam.