Think like the examiner

Preparing for exams is perhaps the most daunting task for a student. Today I want to share a valuable tip which can help you ease over the exams.
When you think you’ve studied enough, try asking questions to yourself. What would you do if you were a teacher? How would you set the paper?
e.g. I would have analyzed previous year papers to judge the level and pattern of questions asked. Some of you might start by framing questions on most important topics first. Typically, 80% of the questions are easy and aimed at average students. 20% are there to separate extraordinary minds out of the average.
Start thinking like the examiner. Start framing questions and analyze patterns in previous papers. You will definitely see some of the topics get repeated and get a “feel” of what the question paper could be like.
Best of luck!


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