Tips on How to Pass a Mariner Licensure Exam
Have you ever had that feeling wherein you're extremely anticipating an exam to the point that you're already panicking, knowing not what to do?
Studying for an exam is not as hard as it seems. The key things you'll need in order for you to be effectively ready are: discipline, rest, and faith.
Here are things you can do in order to pass a Mariner licensure exam:
1. Never ever study for a long time. Avoid memorizing names, timelines, and events. Instead, try to read the notes you have for 30 minutes or less and understand it; learn it by heart.
2. Always read your notes at the end of the day. Discipline yourself to study because knowing it by heart will be much easier than memorizing things. Try and overcome the infamous 'Manana habit.'
3. Have study groups. Having study groups would be of great impact to absorption of information especially when you're group knows well what you are studying. Just make sure you really are studying and not chitchatting.
4. In practical exams, it is very important that you stay calm and focused. Always think positively even if you know you can't handle it anymore. This allows you to hold on to whatever pain you're currently feeling and overcome it as the test ends.
5. Warm up. This allows your body to be warmed up before the practical test begins. Even though you're required to warm up before performing the test, warming up by yourself for at least 15 minutes can increase the chances of you not being so drained in the middle of the test.
6. Have proper rest. Having proper rest is the second most important thing you can do in order to pass an exam. Improper sleep will cause you to have subsequent headaches, feel sleepy most of the time, and can hinder your brain from functioning.
7. Pray. The most important thing to do is to pray. Never ever forget to pray and ask for guidance and help. It works.
Acing an exam is not as hard as it seems. You just have to find the right gears to perform simultaneously in order for you to have the outcome you're looking for. Good luck on your exams!