- Sleep well:
Go to bed early the day before the exam and get a good night’s sleep.
Have a healthy breakfast and avoid sugary snacks, because they will make you tired later on.
Pack your bag carefully:
You need a sharp pencil and an eraser for the exam. You should also take some spare pencils and a pencil sharpener.
Arrive early at the exam centre:
Leave your house early so you don’t need to worry about being late.
Always read the questions:
Reading the questions will tell you useful information that will help you understand the situations.
It’s OK to write on the question paper. You can underline parts of the reading text, or write things down while you listen.
Use your time well:
If you can not answer a question, move on and come back to it later. You shouldn’t spend all your time on one question. You need to answer as many questions as you can.
Check your answers:
After you finish, look back and check your answers. Make sure you have answered all the questions and check your spelling.
Answer all the questions:
Don’t leave any answers blank. If you’re not sure of the answer, guess!
Try to relax!:
Remember that you have studied hard and now you are ready for the exam.
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