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1. Know your country perfectly
You have to research you country or character. You should know it inside and out. Understand the economy, the form of government. Be aware of who your allies and enemies are, your military power, diplomatic relations. You have to be able to respond effectively and correctly in every situation.
Delegates who are able to do everything at once are usually pronounced the winners of crisis committees. Keep in mind that you have to keep writing notes to other delegates or the crisis while also making sure that you don't fall behind on debate or other aspects.
3. Balance your speeches
Pay attention to what is happening in the room, but don't let the theme of the committee slip from your mind. Your speeches should relate to both of these. If you do it effectively and get noticed by the chair, you might even end up leading the debate into a certain direction.
4. Research how crisis are solved
When you are familiar with crisis in general and the usual solutions, answers to issues you're dealing with at the conference will come to you easily. For example, you should know that the equivalent of resolutions in the crisis committee are directives which are written only as operative clauses, and they are much easier to pass. You have to understand your options to be able to react efficiently.
There you go!