Have you been wondering how you can prepare for the new term?
Are you going into the second half of your term, and wondering how you can prepare yourself better for the new half of the school year, well here are some essential things that every student needs to know before the beginning of a new term.
1. Set goals(resolutions)
Set of goals for the year ahead and things you’re going to do differently to ensure that you ‘up your game’ and get excellent results through the term. Such things like getting up earlier so that you have more time to study, making more productive use of your lunch breaks and setting aside time each week for reading around your subject, asking your subject teachers the things you don’t understand. Start the term as you mean to go on, and you’ll get into some great habits that will enable you to reach new heights of academic achievement.
2. Prepare yourself mentally
School can bring in a lot of stress especially when it comes to exams and sometimes social life at school it is good to take a rest and prepare yourself mentally for the new term by having time for sleeping during the day they are many benefits when doing this it helps to relieve stress and improves better memory too.
Have a good eating style, this improves your brain energy which is good for a student. Such things help you improve your school mental health.
3. Get organized
Set your stationery, school uniform and other essential things needed for that term, organize your revision space so it is easier when doing your revision and you have and you have a simple time when revising for your exam.
Gather together what stationery you already have and see what could do with replacing. New stationery can be surprisingly motivational, so buy new notepads, pens, pencils, pencil tin, ruler, colourful Post-It notes – anything that might conceivably come in useful and that will make your day to day studies more enjoyable this makes you more prepared for the term.
Do pending homework so that you have free time during the holiday and revise the work that you did last term. Do some extra revision too just to have a gist of what the new term work is going to be like.
6. Recap on what you did the last term
It is important to always go through the work you did last term as it will help brush through the contents that you have not understood clearly and get a better understanding of the work, making it easier when it is exam season.
7. Do what you love
Lastly, enjoy yourself during the holiday and do things that you love if it’s reading a book, watching TV, or learning new things like languages this way you will not get bored easily and still have benefits.
8. Have a revision timetable
This will help in organizing your revision and make it easier when the term begins.