Make a time table and divide your course in a way that you can finish the syllabus before the exams. Alternate between easy and difficult topics, as that helps maintain your interest for a longer period of time.
Don’t keep on sitting if whatever you are reading seems like gibberish after an hour of study. Take a break – catch a rerun of F.R.I.E.N.D.S, listen to music or maybe take a nap. These small breaks really help.
3. Take proper rest
Pulling all nighters is not the most prudent thing to do when you have a lot of syllabus left; they just diminish your concentration. Sleep for seven to eight hours, and study during the day. Altering your bio-clock is not a wise decision, especially at this point in time. Also, be sure not to go overboard with your caffeine intake!
4. Try practice tests
Attempting mock papers and previous years’ papers gives an idea of what to expect in the exams. A lot of questions are ‘recycled’, so it is better to be prepared with answers to those in advance.
5. Don’t freak out!
It is normal to have a lot of course work left, even if your classmates are in the revision stage. Just be calm, stay collected and have confidence in yourself.