1. Know what topics are to be tested
Avoid entering the exam venue and realizing that you have been studying for the wrong subject or chapters
2. Start revision early
Kick your bad habit of studying and cramming at the last minute. A good tutor is important as he/she will be able to track your learning and exam timetable, ensuring that revision starts early.
3. Rank the topics for each subject
For every study session, start revising your weakest topic first when you are at your freshest.
For every subject, rank the topics from the most tedious/hardest to the easiest
Start revising from the most tedious/hardest topic
4. Limit your time for each subject
It is never good to continuously study the same chapters for too long. Your brain will get tired and bored, and you will find yourself spacing out more frequently. Splitting up your study sessions will be more effective.
Plan a study schedule, with preferably a mixture of different subjects
Ensure that every subject and topic have a time limit (~45 mins)