1- Say ‘no’ to the new topic
Only one day is left for the exam, so don’t touch any new topic. If you try to study a new topic a day before the exam, you will neither be able to read it completely nor revise it. In such a situation, it is necessary to take the help of the notes made during the preparation of the exam and start revising from the same.
2- Time management is very important
If you have read everything but are unable to revise all the topics in the last minute, then you might not get that much benefit. In such a situation, time management is required. Divide your time subject wise and start studying all the topics one by one. With time management, you will be able to revise all the topics and not forget anything on the day of examination.
3- Solve the sample paper
Whether you are a student of UP Board or CBSE Board, sample papers have been made available on the website for all. Before the exam, once download the sample paper and solve it. By doing this you will get an idea of the possible questions and also you will be able to know about the important topics.
4- Don’t rote but understand
Often due to paucity of time, we try to cram things. But students should try to understand instead of rote learning. Understanding and remembering things helps in remembering things for a long time and also helps in getting better marks in the examination.