must watch…very funny debate..
hello..hello…hello… no matter what exam you’re taking, there are certain things you can do in the days before to ensure a successful experience. It makes sense to review what you’ve learned, but eating well, sleeping, and taking time to relax go a long way, too.
1. It is important to be well rested. Make sure to get a good night’s sleep in the few days before the test.
2. If you don’t sleep well the night before the test, don’t worry about it! It is more important to sleep well two and three nights before. You should still have the energy you need to perform at your best.
1. Don’t change your diet right before the test. Now’s not the time to try new foods, even if they are healthier. You don’t want to find out on test morning that yesterday’s energy bar didn’t go down well.
2. In the few weeks before the test, try to work a light, healthy breakfast into your daily routine. If you already eat breakfast, good for you – don’t change a thing.
1. Try to be aware of whatever anxiety you’re feeling before test day. The first thing to remember is that this is a natural phenomenon; your body is conditioned to raise the alarm whenever something important is about to happen. However, because you are aware of what your body and mind are doing, you can compensate for it.
2. Spend some time each day relaxing. Try to let go of all the pressures that build up during your average day.
4. Find a family member or trusted friend with whom you can talk about the things that stress you out about the test. When this person tells you that everything is going to be OK, believe it!
Practice and Review
1. Whatever you do, don’t cram for the test! It is a bad strategy because you aren’t going to remember most of what you “learn” while cramming, and the odds are slim that the few things it will help you to remember will happen to be on the test. Save the energy you would have used to cram for test day.
2. In the few days before the test, do a review of the skills and concepts in which you are strong. Be confident as you review everything that you know – and remember that confident feeling as you take the test.
Here is another fun way to learn English…
Listen, listen, listen – to native speakers and English speakers! You need to tune in to natural English and do this on a regular basis. This will give you a great foundation. Select an English speaking movie that you love and that has subtitles in your own language.
- Select a scene that you enjoy, turn down the English sound and then watch it with the subtitles so that you know what it is about.
- Then, turn on the sound, listen and watch it with the subtitles.
- So now, turn off the subtitles and watch it while listening.
- Do this over and over again and then test yourself by replaying the scene and see if you can speak the lines just like the actors.
- Finally…enjoy yourself
Taken from http://ezinearticles.com
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