1. Make a study plan showing daily tasks- to finish everything 10 days before the exam date

2. Daily tasks include: Reading and understanding topics, revision, solving numerical problems

3. Organize your books, notes and other study materials systematically

4. Make short, indicative notes and mind maps for fast revision

5. Solve questions from previous years’ papers to know the difficulty level and pattern

6. Practise solving questions within a time span shorter than that allotted in the actual exam

7. Allot more time in your schedule to ‘weak areas’

8. Keep your single study sessions limited to 35-45 minutes. Take breaks in between

9. Take help from your teachers to clear doubts much before the finals

10. When short of time, take help from a good video class or an app for a topic but don't get distracted too much

11. Make a study group. It helps a lot for discussion over doubt

12. While changing subject, shut your eyes, revise everything in your mind that you studied in the last session

13. Exercise lightly but regularly, take a balanced diet

14. Have a good sleep for about 6-7 hours. Have a short day-nap if you feel like

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