7 Tips To Help You Study For The HS Exams Like Ditipriya Roy


March 11, 2020


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1. Fix a daily routine

It is a hectic time for Higher Secondary students with the final exams fast approaching, but fear not, for we give you the best tips to help you study for these like actor Ditipriya Roy. Not only does she play the Rani of Janbazaar in the latest Bengali TV serial Rani Rashmoni, but she is also a student off-screen who takes classes and passes her exams just like all the others in school! We often wonder how she manages to juggle both at the same time, but if she can, so can you. So take inspiration from this talented young woman and get ready to pass with flying colours!

Select a time each day to sit down and study at a place of your preference. Make this a daily habit to settle into, as a routine helps bring order into your schedule.

2. Manage your time

Time management is a key part of organising your work according to schedule, so make sure to keep an eye on this. Create a daily time table and allot time for each important task you need to complete. Set alarms and make to-do lists to break down the work into manageable sections. This will make the process much simpler.

3. Seek help in times of need

Don’t forget to ask for help when you feel like you need it! If you have any doubts about the syllabus, do not hesitate to get them cleared. If a particular topic seems to be tripping you up, don’t be afraid to reach out to your teacher. There is no shame in seeking help and makes it easier for everybody in the long run.

4. Identify your learning style

Every student has their own favoured learning style. This means that some prefer reading their notes (visual style), some like to hear the material to absorb it better (auditory style) and some may learn best on the job, that is, learn by doing the task (practical learning). Recognise yours for a much more effective learning experience.

5. Practice and review

Always try to practice what you have just learned to be able to internalise the information better. Review and revise the material a few times to really let it sink in.

6. Take regular breaks

While you are studying so hard, it is good to remember to also take breaks! Your brain needs refreshment from time to time, and taking regular breaks in between study sessions actually helps you to absorb and retain the study material better. Take a short stroll or even a power nap if you are tired.

7. Eat regular meals

Getting sufficient nourishment is crucial for effective learning, so don’t skip meals. Try eating a healthy snack in between too, like a handful of almonds or a piece of fruit to fuel up and give you the energy you need for this stressful period.

Remember, exams are only a way to test your learning in school, so don’t be daunted by them! What is your best method of preparing for the exams? Tell us in the comments below.

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