How to Study for Results
This book is a tool and a resource for anyone studying. This could be at any level of schooling, Award Winning Author, Wisdom Mupudzi brings powerful and rare insights to enable you to study and get results from your studies. The book is also available on Amazon for Kindle.
Have you noticed that many students when it comes to exam time are in ‘panic’ mode of operation? Early morning study sessions and late night studying to try and cram it all in. The consumption of coffee during this time goes way up. This is like the general trend.
What if I were to tell you there are many students who are generally ‘cool, calm and collected’ whilst everyone is panicking. So on one hand you have the students who spend the last 2/3 weeks before exams and also during the exam times studying and maybe doing with a few hours of sleep hoping to ace the exams. Things that they haven’t looked at, since the day that they were taught in class, become a ‘foreign language’.
Then you have other students, who have been working consistently right through the term or semester. During the few weeks before the exams, they may be calmer than normal. During exam time, they are not panicking but are confident and ready to perform and they do. Of course I have to admit that some of those who cram in the last 2/3 weeks do make it. However, the quality of your grades becomes another issue.
You see in today’s competitive environment. One has to be able to get the best possible grade that they can. This doesn’t happen by chance, this has to be achieved through consistent effort throughout the school term or semester. This is what I call working ‘smart’ and those who sweat it out in the last 2/3 weeks before an exam and go through the exam with less sleep than normal, are ‘working hard’. Well you can decide what will the best approach for you.
The advantages of working ‘smart’ are that it’s easier for you to sleep well before the exam. This will mean you can be at your best during this particularly stressful time. Many students are not able to think clearly because they are tired. Many of them will be sleeping like 8 hours a day and then during exam time, suddenly they want to sleep 5 hours. Imagine what this will do to the body clock.