This post is meant to explain ways you can prepare for ijmb exams and
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Let’s go to the business of today….. The following are some of the ways you can effectively prepare for IJMB programme and come out successfully
1. Get Creative with numerous study tools:
Don’t feel obliged to just sit in front of a book with a high lighter;
There are many different ways to study. You should pick whatever works for you. Try using as many study tools and techniques as possible to help you study better and find what works best for you. Perfect examples of such study tools would be your ” past questions and
2. Set questions for yourself or ask intelligent friends to: Once you feel you understand a concept or a topic, it is important to test yourself on it or ask friends to. Try and replicate examination conditions as much as possible.
3. The best students ask questions: always ask questions in class. The ones you don’t understand, meet your lecturers to explain more after the class. Don’t be afraid of asking a “stupid” question – There really is no such thing when it comes to study and learning! Embrace your curiosity, for as William Arthur Ward said: “Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning.” Doing so will allow you to fill in the blanks and better prepare you for your examination.
4. Practice on old exams: One of the most effective ways to prepare for exams is to practice taking “past versions”. This helps you getused to the format of the questions, and – if you time yourself – can also be good practice for making sure you spend the right amount of time on each section. Be familiar with the structure of the exam.
It’s important to know the answers to these questions:
- How many sections will the exam have?
What are the differences between the
- Will there be multiple-choice questions, open-
ended questions, or both?
How many points will there be in total?
5. Organize study groups with friends:
Get together with friends for a study session. You may have questions
that they have the answers to and vice versa. As long as you make sure
you stay focused on the topic for an agreed amount of time, this can
be one of the most effective ways to challenge yourself.
6. Spend Time Reviewing Class Notes Now:
Do yourself a favour and spend at least one hour per class reviewing
class notes. That means you’ll have reviewed all your class notes in
just 3-hours. Highlight all the areas that are important, and look at
the syllabus to narrow down the key areas you should spend your time
studying. By simply going over all your class notes, you’ll get a good
overview of the specific areas you should start studying. This will
also provide your mind with a good summary of everything you’ve been
learning so far.
7. Review previous tests and assignments: If you missed questions on
previous work, look up the answers and understand why you missed these
questions. This is particularly helpful if the exam you’re studying
for is cumulative or comprehensive, meaning it covers things you also
covered earlier in the course.
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