Learn practical skills in managing your time, creating routines and preventing panic around exams and tests.
Getting fully prepared in three areas of your performance before an exam: technical (knowing your subjects), emotional (feeling confident and ready) and behavioural (getting enough sleep the night before and learning to preventing panic and anxiety.
Learning how to have a set routine while you take your exams to help you stay calm and focused, prevent making unnecessary mistakes and getting distracted, and finish with enough time to check your work.
During exam routine
How to reflect on your performance immediately after an exam, asking yourself what you did that made you happy (e.g. stayed focused, finished on time), what didn't go your way (e.g. finding the questions more difficult than expected) and what you can work on to improve for next time (e.g. revise more).
Developing strategies to work more effectively and use your time more efficiently, by putting a routine into place and managing the amounts of information you're learning at any one time.
30 / 15 cycles
Putting it all together
Making sure that your routines for before and after exams are structured and manageable, and that you have all the tools you need to manage both your emotions and your learning.