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Top 6 Mistakes Students Must Avoid In Examination Hall
- December 9, 2017
- Posted by: DronStudy
- Category: Uncategorized
Examination hall! We've all been there! That is the day when all the efforts we have put to study will be tested. That is the day when our fates of future will be sealed. We may prepare very well for the exam. But when in exam hall, regardless of how much we have prepared, there are certain mistakes that we commit.
We will tell you top 6 such mistakes you should be avoiding in an examination hall!
1) Do not panic!
We've seen many students panic in the examination hall. They would have studied really well, but they panic for reasons known to them alone! As a result, even after knowing the right answers, they won't be able to write it in the exam. This is mostly because of the pressure that's on them. You don't need to panic. It's not the end of the world! It's just an exam!
2) Do not try to cheat
We know you're a good chap. But there will be students who, out of pressure of passing, indulge in unacceptable practices in the exam, such as carrying chits or seeking answers from friends in the exam hall. This is morally a wrong thing to do. Besides, it may also result in you not writing any of the exams!
3) Do not forget to carry necessary stationery items
In our experience, we have also seen children not carrying the necessary stationery. As a result, they fall nervous, and even forget the answers that they knew in the first place. Make sure this doesn't happen to you!
4) Take your time to read the questions
Most of the students make the mistake of directly jumping at the questions the moment they get the question paper. It is a wrong thing to do. Take your time to read all the questions and prepare yourselves mentally to answer them!
5) Check your answer sheet once you are done writing
Most of the students close their answer paper and stare into nothingness the moment they are done writing the answers. You never know what mistake you might end up correcting just by going through the answers you've written again
6) Check if you've filled in your details correctly
In the rush to finish writing the answers soon, a lot of students make the mistake of filling in wrong details like name or roll number. What is the point if you mess with the roll number itself?
All said and done, all the best!