There are countless tips and tricks for a good exam preparation. And studying for a test doesn’t start just a day before. Especially not, when you have an important exam coming up. Nevertheless, in this blog post, I would love to share my tips you can do a day before the big day. And obviously, studying tips are not part of this post because, to be frank – who’s able to learn an entire textbook 24 hours before the exam? So better start early with learning, but this is another topic.
Thank you guys for hanging in there! I’ve been extremely busy the last months.
In short: One day after my last exam I had an internship in court, five days after the internship I was travelling through Germany. And as soon I was back home again my part time job started. Writing weekly articles for a law blog is a little bit more demanding and time-consuming that I expected. However, after an amazing and wonderful short trip to Barcelona, I had to prepare the lessons for university.
About a month ago my father recommended a book to me written by Émile Coué (1857- 1926) a French psychologist and pharmacist. He developed also his own method the Coué Method or also named Couéism. The book is called “Self-Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion” and as it only has roughly 160 pages, I therefore, sat one afternoon down and read it immediately. It was definitely worth it! As it helped me to collect some new insights I would love to share some of the most important thoughts and obviously the main message of it.
It is stressful whenever there are upcoming exams. This time has on everyone a different impact. For me personally, it can make me aggressive, moody and even a bit depressed. Sometimes I end up in having a little crises and I start asking myself: “Why me? Why do I even bother with my law studies? Is this really the right path?” However, this is completely normal if something similar occurs to you. It is simply called stress. Nevertheless, there are some tips that may help to cope with it.