With the season of engineering college entrance exam almost on the verge on ending, we have the most prestigious exam – JEE Advanced lurking just round the corner. You know how much important this 6 hours exam matters to you and how much is it going to alter your course of future. So take a break from your stressful preparations and have a look at what else you should do the D-Day of your examination because, believe me, these do matter!
1. Get enough good night’s sleep :- You must have a well-rested mind and body to give your best at the exam. Get enough sleep the night before exam, at least 7-8 hours. This will help you accumulate enough energy to cope up with your exam the next day.
2. Sleep with success on your mind :- Your exam results are much better if you have confidence in yourself. So, envision your success. Try creating a virtual image of yourself- after successfully completing your exam and coming out of the exam hall with flying colors. This will have a marked difference.
3. Have a quick revision :- Go through your notes one last time. Your brain will have more substantial image of this for a while. But remember, this revision is just for your satisfaction. Don’t fret about having missed out something.
4. Take a healthy breakfast :- Eat moderately before your exams; avoid heavy meal. If you eat too much, your energy shall be wasted in digestion process. On the other hand, if you skip the meal altogether, you will not have adequate fuel to function well.
5. Stay relaxed, be in peace :- Being stressed out is something you’d not want on D-day. It can perfectly ruin your exam duration. So stay calm. Hymn a song. Take deep breaths. Do whatever it takes you not to panic.
6. Final check :- Make sure your bag is packed and you have everything you need in extra. Also, trivial as it might seem, it is advisable that you wear something in which you are comfortable in giving the exam. You definitely don’t want to worry about sweating while giving your exam. And be in your examination hall in time without being late.
Remember, these exams are not the end of the world – they are just one aspect of your student life. So, do your best and leave the rest. Whatever happens, happens for a good reason. Best wishes!