Preparing for, and doing exams: 18th May

At this time of year, lots of people are gearing themselves up for exams – perhaps you – or someone you know. Here are three collections of practical suggestions.
The first is on building really useful revision tools: question banks, so you can prepare for just about anything that might come up in an exam.
Next are some suggestions for how best to spend the first few minutes of any written exam: doing sensible things right at the start can pave the way towards much better marks.
Finally, are some suggestions about how best to go about the main task: writing answers to exam questions, and using your wits to squeeze every available mark from whoever is marking your script.
Making-and-using-question-banks-w-1-1.docx (633 downloads)
First-few-minutes-of-an-exam-w.docx (664 downloads)
Answering-questions-to-maximise-your-marks-w-1.docx (679 downloads)