Mistakes Students Make During Examination You Should Avoid.
1. READING THE WRONG QUESTION
2. GIVING ANSWERS THAT ARE OUT OF POINT
3. ATTEMPTING DIFFICULT QUESTIONS FIRST
- It wastes your time.
- If you solve easier ones first and you are at least sure of getting them right, it keeps your body motivated and improve your brain function to solve difficult ones.
- If you solve difficult ones first and you don’t get them, you become frustrated that you won’t be able to solve even the so-called easier ones.
- Ask yourself, what is the probability of getting the difficult questions right when eventually you don’t have time to solve simpler questions.
4. FAILING TO BE TIME-CONSCIOUS
5. YOU FAILED TO CROSS-CHECK
6. YOU DID NOT HEED INSTRUCTIONS
What to do: Always heed instructions. Don’t start when you are not told to, if you are told to answer 4 questions, don’t attempt 5questions.
7. MISUSE OF ENLISH
Students write the right answer in the wrong way and lose marks. The inappropriate use of English language is another mistake that student make during examination. This in most cases will give a wrong meaning to the right answer. Do you even know that students make mistakes in the use of English, and yet they don’t know they are making any mistake? Yes, they do!.
8. USE OF COLLOQUIAL AND SHORT FORMS
Have you ever marked an examination where you will see students using short forms and colloquial? I have seen it times without number. A lot of students are addicted to these short forms when chatting on their social media accounts. This is because of their addiction to mobile phone.
What to do: Avoid the use of colloquial and short forms while chatting on social media with friends so that you don’t become addicted to it.
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