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If you are allowed a crib sheet find out what the rules are for its use. You don’t want to create one that will not be permitted and find yourself at a disadvantage. Wear a watch or sit with a direct view to a clock. Timing is everything in exams. It’s a race against the clock. You must manage your time effectively and efficiently. To gauge how you will spend your time, you need to apportion it in line with the value of each question. Always give yourself a buffer, 5 minutes for a one-hour exam and 30 minutes for a 3 hour exam.
They are also fun and enjoyable, great when you just want to relax and enjoy the experience. John’s book is hilarious, it is a “must read”. De Angelis, Barbara, 1994, Real Moments, Delacorte Press Gray, John, 1992, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, Harper Collins 59 60 Some final thoughts I want to share with you Writing this book and my live event seminars have been a tremendously rewarding experience for me. I sincerely hope it was the same for you. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the trust you had in my ability to help you.
You want to spend as much time as possible on important but not urgent issues. Of course, this takes planning and preparation... e. create an exhaustive to-do list. For a given course it could be something like this: 1. Check the course outline 2. Check the assigned problems with Daniel to make sure I wrote them down properly 3. Read Chapters 3 and 4 4. Highlight Chapters 3 and 4 5. Make notes for Chapters 3 and 4 6. Prepare for the quiz on Tuesday 7. Read extra background reference material 8.