1. TIME IS RUNNING OUT!
Our day consists of numerous unavoidable tasks that consume a lot of time. We cannot avoid tasks like eating, sleeping, and other necessary activities. But, it is completely in our hands how we manage the time and give ample time to our preparations. At this point when we are at a peak moment, it is very important for us to prioritize our tasks. It would be extremely wise of you if you follow the “The Eisenhower Method Of Time Management” which comprises of four squares that help you in segregating your tasks into “important and urgent”, “important and not urgent” , “not urgent but important” , “not important and not urgent”. This will help you in analyzing which work in hand is the most important and what can actually wait.
2. THOSE INSTA UPDATES CAN WAIT!
From posting your favorite food to sharing your favorite dress we do understand how important your social life is. But, don’t you think your career is way more important than your Facebook status or Instagram stories? Your 500 friends on Facebook and 1000 followers on Instagram can wait till you get into your dream college. According to research and testimonials of previous toppers, it is pretty evident that the root cause of distraction is social media. At this point when you are gearing yourself up for the most important examination of your life, it calls for a few sacrifices. With the distant vision of getting into the most prestigious college and making your parents proud it is very important to put yourself into certain restrictions. It is very important to distance yourself from all kinds of distractions like social media, movies, video games or anything that makes you waste your time into unwanted stuff.
3. THAT BODY NEEDS TO REST
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. Yes, we all are humans and along with work our body and brain cells need an equal amount of rest and relaxation. For those brilliant grey cells of your brain to function perfectly it is very important you give your brain an adequate amount of rest. Every evening goes out for some walk, practice yoga or listens to some soothing music. Read some good books or inspirational stories that will help you boost your confidence.
4. PRACTICE MOCK PAPERS
With the exam dates creeping near now it’s time you start practicing mock test papers. These papers will help you analyze where you stand and fields where you should improvise. This will also help you build your confidence to face the real examination. Keep practicing previous year question papers. The questions will prep you up for all the upcoming challenges in the main exam.