Part 1 begins by exploring institutional expectations and common anxieties and exam myths, before showing students how to tackle various types of exam, including essay-based exams, short-answer questions, multiple-choice questions, calculation-based exams and open book exams.
This lively, concise and to-the-point guide offers hints and practical sugestions to help you develop good exam-preparation skills and build your confidence, so that you can get results that do justice to the work you've put in.
Doing well in exams at university is crucial to gaining a good degree. From the author of Studying at University, this book equips students with all the tools they need to optimise their performance in exams. Packed with examples and practical exercises, it explains key strategies for learning and revision.
Written simply and humorously, with summaries enabling busy students to read quickly, this is one of the most comprehensive and user-friendly study guides available. Unique in allaying the anxieties that cause people to procrastinate, go blank, swot pointlessly or underperform, this book can change your attitude and help you break free.
This book is suitable for students across higher education who want to improve their revision strategies and get better outcomes from exams and assessments. Covering all aspects of the examination, it addresses how to take useful notes right through to mental preparation for the day of the exam.