The Result.... :) :) :)
December 14, 2011 10:32am CST
Hello friends... I written the exam well...It was o.k to me...But the problem that I faced on that time was low memory power..I studied the lessons well as my ability..But I missed some notes(points) on my exam paper...I studied that by connecting the things..But I don;t know what happened to me..I will pass...But that was not my goal..I worked to achieve good marks in exam...I have next exam tomorrow...So I am busy now...I covered some of my lessons for the next exam and remembers that again and again while doing other things...Thank you my dear friends..You inspired me to achieve my success...I did that well..But I worry about the points that I forgotten to write/ at that time...What can I do for remember that correctly???????Thank you...
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25 Dec 11
Well first of all congratulations for passing your exam, even though you didn't achieve your goal, you should feel happy that you passed that is the important part. I know how you feel when you study so hard and when you get to the exam is like you go blank and there are certain parts that you completely forget and once you complete the exam you remember them. That has happened to me on so many occassions. I know that by now you have taken the other exam, and I hope it went well!!!
17 Dec 11
Hi Dassodils: I think you have to evaluate how you are studying. Maybe you are just doing the process all by memory. So my advice would be, try to feel what you are learning, understanding the importance of the things you are studying and trying to remark the most important subjects so they will be with you for a long time. ALVARO
17 Dec 11
Well everyone has their own learning styles and brain capacity. I'm also the type who couldn't easily remember the lessons easily. Some of my friends could remember the lessons perfectly by just read it two two four times but me, i need to read it more than six time to be able to remember it. Even sometimes after i'm able to remember it, i could forget it easily too. For this kind of situation, i think it's better if you read it once before and try to summerize it. After you know what that lessons point is, the next part is to read it over and over until you can remember it more. This way, even if you forget some part from your lessons when the exams time, you could try to figure it out from the summary you already do before. Well it's not always works, but sometimes it's works for me so you could try it. Good luck in your exams..
14 Dec 11
Congratulation for your exam result. Do not worry with slight mistake. It will make you remember so you do not need to repeat the failure. You can always learn, point to point and step by step. Repeat what you read, and repeat solving problems. If you are in technical, practice solving on problems is more better than only memorizing solution. Wishing you always get the best.
14 Dec 11
Hey gr8 to know that your paper was well and you will pass, Don't worry exams are a part of everyone's life you have to face them, Usually when i study before exams i write down the imp points in a book while revising each and every chapter and at the end just an hour b4 exams while travelling i just go through the points i have written down that helps me a lot but you don't try anything new just stick with your way of studying for now, each of us have different memorizing power so you eventually find a way to memorize things which suits you the best so you might have also developed one just go on with it :D Best of luck do tell me how were your exams ?? Do your best :) :)
14 Dec 11
My approach to all my exams were, firstly prepare well(study hard - which you have done). Before leaving my accommodation I spend 5min watching Tom and Jerry or any other funny stuff. Once in the examination hall, before seeing the question paper I say to my self "This is easy I have seen Worse before". Simple advise to you "Baby Steps b.a.b.y s.t.e.p.s". Never completely read the question paper when you get it. Just read the first question - write down the answer. Go to the second question - answer it. The third, the fourth so on. Usually the first couple of questions are always easy, it helps you to concentrate more if you do the easy stuff first. You will have a better mindset when you reach the difficult(if they are) ones Hope this helps and let me know what happens tomorrow.