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Posted by Hollie (U15072226) on Sunday, 15th January 2012
I have 3 exams coming up and all in the space of 3 days between each other.I am getting so stressed telling myself i will fail and i end up forgetting things.
I have A LOT of pressure from my parents and i am currently a D/C grade student i do want to improve i want to read and have the joy of getting good exam results.is there something wrong with me,i just cant seem to take the information in and later will fogert. ?
Posted by Roux1 (U14765172) on Monday, 16th January 2012
I have the exact problem....its like it goes through one ear and goes out the other...i have just got my results for my first exam and i got a D....it was a biology exam and i was put on foundation..i tried to get on higher but my teacher didn't do it...
Firstly there is nothing wrong with u...loads of teens go through this and we just have to beat it...Heres some advice i got from some friends who got A stars and funnily enough they all said the same thing....
I would say is to revise from a text book...read through it and take notes and highlight key words.....then go on bbc bitesize on read through it... apprantely doing this helps....oh yeah and make sure u start revising way before your exam doing it all last minute is horrible!!!
maybe try and form a study group with your friends and try and get all the smart people involved to help you!!!
with your parentsd try and not let it get to you...what i say is... you can only try your best and thats all you can do and maybe u should say to your parents that u feel that they r putting too much pressure on you and to try and ease back a little...good luck.x
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Posted by paige (U15104107) on Wednesday, 18th January 2012
i have the same problem and what rwally helped me was getting audio taps and listerning to them while i was sleeping or instead of listering to an ipod also instead of revising for a longgggg timr try in 10 min sessions then taking a break for however long then trying again and if you remember infamation you can reward your self
i hope this helps and good luck on your exams
Posted by lia (U14442289) on Sunday, 22nd January 2012
The main thing when dealing with exams is to keep calm. Last year I had my three science exams in the space of a week and a stats exam 10 days later!
Keep up with your revision and don't leave things until the last minute. If you feel confident avout your revision, you are less likely to get stressed.
As for trying to get good results, find the method of revision that works best for you. Some people learn by listening to things, using mind maps, doing past papers or writing things out.
Good luck Millie!
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