“Smart Students Wants to Get A1 in Exams, Poor Students want to Pass The Exams”
When you enter the exam hall, what is in your mind? What results do you expect you will get in this subject?
Some of you might think: “If I pass the exam, I’m happy already.”
Some might say: “Well, I just want to sustain my previous result. As long as I don’t fail.”
Or, “It will be great if I get an A2, but I think I am not going to make it.”
Or even “I have no idea. Depends on my fate.”
Guess what will a smart student think before he enters the exam hall?
“I WANT TO Get my A1, no matter how tough it is, no matter what it takes from me. I deserved to have my A1!”
In order to get an A1, the first criteria is how confident are you when you enter the exam hall. You must entertain the possibility to get an A1. Only in the right state you can have a calm mind to read the questions carefully and understand what the questions want.
Some students have the habit of asking friends around him what they have revised before entering the exam hall. Will that help you? Definitely no. Reason is when you ask around usually you will find that your friends have studied certain topics but you didn’t. Then you will start to panic. You will start to blame yourself why you forgot to study that topic. You will start to worry if the paper will come out the topic you can’t answer it. Everything becomes wrong. Your mind started to defocus. When you are in the exam hall you can’t read the questions properly. Not careful mistakes started to appear in your answer sheet.
Is that familar to you? It does not help you at all. It will only drive away your focus. You will focus on the place that you don’t want. Based on Law of Attraction, you are sending the negative energy to the universe and attract things that you don’t want. High chance it will happen in front of you.
Therefore, at least 30 minutes before the exam, you should start to prepare your mind to be in the right state for the exam. Tell yourself you are well-prepared for the exam. It does not matter how other people prepare for the exam. Walk into the exam confidently. You are thinking big. As what Anthony Robbin says, your state change your physiology. Your physiology change your energy. And your energy change your results!
Posted by Advocators Education on Monday, June 13, 2011
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