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1. Use a easy to hard approach while studying and also in the paper.
2. Don't multitask
3. Move on if you get stuck on a topic. Do that topic at the end.
4. Attempt 100% paper
5. Stay away from people that tend to waste your time....these last minutes do count
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You won't tend to leave anything on option if you keep syllabus as your base. Even if you feel like leaving certain topic, atleast know it's meaning and relevance for the exam.
These are gonna be the benchmark of your prime focus. They will give you the examiner's historical point of view, marking style and how you are expected to answer
Elimination is they key! Try to eliminate studying topics you can write, without studying, the rest needs atleast a summarized reading.
There is no way the examiner knows that you haven't studied. This mindset will motivate you to stay positive.
Disclaimer: Nothing can substitute Hard Work, except for Smartwork.(There are no motivativations to wait for last minute study)
You are a day before the exam and can't go through everything. Instead try looking at summaries that can help you in selective study but vast coverage. Dive deep only into those topics that are examiner's favorite (as per past papers).
"Sometimes a solution lies at the end of your comfort zone."
A quick discussion of your situation with someone who has cleared the test might actually help you cope. Atleast it's better than sitting ideal.
I recently passed a test by studying last minute, but it doesn't always work coz hard work has no substitutes.
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