Its the beginning of December and its the time of year where everyone starts to (kind of) worry about January mock exams. Do you try your hardest so you have less revision to do over the next few months before your real exams, or do you look at it trying to find out what you already know and what you need to revise?
Either way, your thinking about mocks and what you should do. I never wanted to revise, but I knew I had to, so here are some of my tips on how to get started.
1 – Find a place in your house where you will get least distracted, whether it be the dining room table or your bedroom.
2 – Focus on one subject at a time. If you do this then your brain will be less confused and disorientated.
3 – If listening to music helps you to focus, find instrumental versions of songs that aren’t necessarily your favourite. You won’t know the song well enough to sing along, therefor meaning that your brain can still focus on the work.
4 – Grab a drink and some snacks before you start to revise so you don’t have to get up half way through.
5 – The same rule applies to getting a blanket or hoodie or something to keep you warm. It is December after all.
I hope this helps, and good luck!