10 Tips For Best Exam Results

>> Sunday, October 23, 2011

Many students feel tensed about their exams and start worrying "how to face final exams with confidence?" Writing an examination without tension is a very easy thing if you follow the below said tips before going to the exam center.
To get the best possible exam results, you need to build confidence in yourselves. Ten Commandments to follow to get better results in your examinations:

The Day Before the Test

1. Review Important Points: The day before your test, you might have completed studying the material. So, just go through the key points like headings, keywords, theme.
2. Eat Well-balanced Diet: The meal you take will have more resemblance on you. Make sure you feed your brain with nutrients it needs to perform at its best.
3. Feed Your Dreams: Whatever we see and do 45 minutes before going to bed will appear in our dreams. Feed it the things you want to remember for the exam next day.
4. Think of Your Success: Just before you fall asleep, make an envision of yourself successfully finishing your exam. It will have more impact if you do it every night,
5. Get A Good Sleep whole Night: You need to have 7 to 8 hours of quality sleep to perform well.
6. Have a complete Breakfast: Eat your breakfast. Don't Skip it. Keep your body, mind and blood sugar in correct proportion.
7. Do Light Exercises: Light exercises make your mind and body feel relaxed. It helps to pump more oxygen to your brain.
8. Have a Review: Glance through with your examination training materials one more time, and perform any last minute checks you feel that requires.
9. The examination is just a small test conducted to test your skills. So relax and let your worries go.
10. Take a Breathe: Take a deep breathe from the diaphragm which will help your muscles relaxed and will allow you to think better.
So follow these tips when you feel tensed facing the exam/test and create great exam results!


Choosing the Right LSAT Test Center

An often overlooked element of LSAT prep is choosing the right LSAT testing center. If you are cramped, or if the location is noisy, it can really effect your mental focus. Below are some tips for choosing the right LSAT testing center.
1. Narrow down the choices by choosing those LSAT testing center closest to you.
For obvious reasons, you should choose an LSAT testing center that is close to your place of residence. What you should do is narrow down your final test location to a handful of locations most closely located to your place of residence. If you live in a densely populated state, this may mean five locations, if you don't this may mean two. Bottom line, select a few options that are reachable from your place on test day. Options are available here.

2. Visit the sites to see which one you prefer.
Once you have narrowed down the list of testing centers to those that are closest to you, you can begin to make your final choice. Online resources such as test rating surveys can be useful. One is available here. Nothing takes the place of actually visiting the site yourself however. Determine which classrooms the test is administered and take a look at the size of the desks, the lighting, and the noise level. Most importantly, get a feel for the place and see if it makes you comfortable. As described more fully in our e-book, this is a very important element in LSAT preparation.
3. Register for Your LSAT testing center as soon as you can.
LSAT test locations are given out on a first-come, first served, basis. Thus, it is smart to choose your LSAT testing center early in the game, in order to limit the possibility that the best LSAT test locations are taken. As soon as you are certain that you will be taking the LSAT, you should register at http://www.lsac.org and choose the site of your choice.
4. Take a practice exam at your LSAT testing center.
After you have chosen your exam location, try to take a practice exam there under similar conditions. That means you wake up early, drive down the LSAT exam location, sit down and take a practice exam. This will simulate test conditions and give you a feel for how long your drive will be on the day of the exam. It may sound silly, but doing these minor steps will give you a big psychological advantage the day of the exam.


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