The main way to prepare for your exam is a study schedule! It’s a way to stay organised and prepared so you always know what you’re doing. Here are some ways you could do this, but remember the way you choose to make your study schedule is up to your own preference. As long as it works for you, that’s great!
Weekly Study Plan
At the start of every week, make a week-long timetable that incorporates your daily life activities (e.g. brushing teeth, eating, hanging with friends) and your academic activities (e.g. make lecture notes for DIIP1112, do one past paper every Wednesday at 5pm).
10 Week subject Chart
Make a large table for every subject, which splits the 10 weeks of the term into columns so you can fill out your to-dos for every week. At the top of the chart, list your mark goal for this subject. And in each column, write what you need to do for it that week (e.g. finish lecture notes, finish tutorial questions, etc.)
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This method involves keeping some form of a journal which acts as a to-do-list for each day. You can develop a habit to write in it every day before going to bed so you always have a plan for the next day!