Important Guidelines to Pass an Examination

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One should not seek to cram all test preparation into the final few hours before an exam.
But sometimes such a situation is unavoidable.
If you find yourself in such a situation, there are certain ways to make the most out of your late-night study session.
The absolute most important thing to remember is to take a deep breath.
While your exam may be important, it is most likely not a life-or-death situation.
Regardless, stressing out over such a situation will only hurt your ability to keep on-task and remember concepts.
Note that the worst that can happen is that you will receive a failing grade on your test.
While that may seem inexcusable now, that test will quickly become ancient history.
Moving from there, you can begin to add to your knowledge of the subject matter at hand.
Once you accept your present state, you can approach the material with a clear head and a calm body.
Keep in mind that many of your classmates may be finding themselves in similar situations.
You are all essentially trying to swing as high a grade as possible while putting in a minimal amount of effort.
Learning experts agree that the best way to approach such last minute cram sessions is to break down the subject matter into smaller packets of information.
Much study material is already subdivided into chapters or subheadings.
Pick out the concepts behind the chapters and parse it out from there.
What you are basically doing is taking out the major points of each section and focusing on those.
Eschew extraneous information as much as possible.
Once you've mastered the major concepts of a given section, you can move on.
Once you have cycled through all the material, you should have a much better concept of what you are to be tested on.
Even if you aren't an expert as a result of this work, you should at least manage a passing grade.
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