Study Skills for Final Exams

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Study skills for final exams
In fact all the students want to pass the final exams and manage the stress or at least get decent grades and do as well as possible. Fortunately, with the right study skills techniques, you can both manage your stress and do well on the exams. Here are some study skills to help you to do well in the exams:

1) The first skill / time management:
-How do you manage your time?
Plan, plan and plan before finals begin, get out your calendar and schedule as much of your finals week as possible, then stick with the schedule. -What is the benefit of the time?
Time is life. With enough time you can do almost anything without time you are finished. To spend your time is to spend your life. To waste your time is to waste your life. Time passes only one. -What is your prime time?

It is the time when you do your studying as well as you can. Some people like to study early and some at night. -How do you organize your time?
Whatever you are studying whether you are at class or home, you have to prepare and organize your self.

2) The second skill / schedule in study breaks:
-Schedule in study breaks:
Don't plan to study non-stop for many hours. You'll go insane, so I recommend you when you write your schedule, include short study breaks to help you recharge. You'll feel so much better and will be able to concentrate so much more. -Watch a funny movie in a long break:

When you have a busy study schedule, be sure to schedule in an hour for a long break. A movie is the perfect way for that.

3) The third skill / schedule in sleep:
Some people can function well on three hours. Most cannot. You will do much better during exams if your mental state is good, and sleep is essential for this, then how do you schedule in sleep? -Keep a regular sleep schedule:

• Set a regular bedtime:
Go to bed at the same time every night. Choose a time when you are normally feel tired, so that you don’t toss and turn. Try not to break this routine...
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