Sustainability in Construction: Building a Greener Tomorrow
Effective revision is not something that can be rushed so start well in advance of the exam date. This will lessen the chance of having to do last minute cramming and pulling all-nighters in the library. Try and start your revision early each day as your brain is fresher, making it easier to work.
Once you know what you will be revising, you can make a revision timetable. Make this detailed, including any relevant papers or notes you need to look over. Block out time for socialising, exercising, and any other breaks or plans you might have.
Perhaps the most important thing to remember throughout the whole revision process is to stay calm and positive. Remember, performing well in exams is not the be all and end all of your university experience, and whilst they are important, they are not worth getting really stressed about.
There are various revision techniques including flash cards, past papers, mind maps, group work and recording yourself talking and playing it back.