Best 3 Pieces of advice for you...
Here we go:
1) On exam day, when you hear “you may start now…”, the first thing you should do is go the last page of the booklet and jot down all the formulas and short cuts off of your short term memory and onto the page. When you do (1) you ensure that you don’t forget any formulas, and (2) it makes it easier for you to solve problems later on as you don’t need to think hard in recalling anything.
2) Start with the hard sections first. If you go for the sections you feel more comfortable with (as most people do), you might be shaken terribly if you sense the questions are harder than you expected. This can start you off on a bad foot and you may lose confidence in the rest of the exam. On the other hand, starting with the tough subjects can either boost your morale if you find you are doing well in them, or if not, no problem you knew they were hard anyway.
3) Next few days, contrary to common belief, you are much better off sleeping well and relaxing, than trying to beat the clock and studying with little concentration. An hour with a rested head is much better than three stressed out hours.
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