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Exam is always a way of testing us how well we have learnt. So it can be hard. But unto me the best way to stand against exam is to use your brain. Memorising can be done in many ways. Firstly we can get the studies by heart as we do in a computer programme. This is the most common way of facing an exam in any kind of student. But there are few very easy ...
NEVER DO LATE NIGHT.SPECIALLY BEFORE EXAMS SLEEP ATLEAST FOR 6 HOURS.DRINK A LOT OF WATER.DRINK ATLEAST 12 GLASSES PER DAY.BEFORE THE EXAM OF 5 MINUTES DRINK ALOT OF WATER SO THAT YOUR MIND WILL BE COOL.
There are times like the ones in which you wrote this question when you are most aware and you should simply use these moments to analyze how much time you've lost. That's it. When you are self-aware that you are losing time, focus on finding out how much time you've lost and what you could've done in the meantime. You don't even have to come up with a ...
I use GTD, so I have a "Someday / Maybe" list Take a look at your projects list, so put all your coding projects, cashflow ideas, and personal improvement goals on one list. Now as you look at that list, decide what you want to put on hold, and move them to your Someday/Maybe list. The rest stay on your Projects list. These will be your focus. A ...
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