How to study for an entrance exam?

Are you dying to get into the university of your dreams? Well then, the first step is to pass the entrance exam. This test is used to select the most suitable candidates to become students at that university. If you have already done your selection process and you already have the exam form in your hands, congratulations, you have already taken the first step!

Now, the next step is to prepare for the admission exam. It is not really difficult, but sometimes nerves and stress can play tricks on you, so we decided to create these lines in which you will learn how to study for an admission exam. Remember that it all depends on you, if you put in the effort, you can do it.

How to study for an entrance exam? Here is a step-by-step guide:

1. Plan ahead
The first and most important thing is that this is an exam that covers many subjects, so you will have to dedicate time to each one of them. Our suggestion is that you start by seeing how much time you have from the day you know the date of the entrance exam and make a plan, remember to be very honest and set real goals: how many days and hours a week you are willing to dedicate to study.

The best thing to do is to make a study schedule for your entrance exam, so it will be easier for you to see your progress and always have at least one week of "cushion" for anything that might happen. With all this in mind, it will be much easier to organise yourself.

2. From the most difficult to the simplest
As you read in the previous section, an entrance exam includes several subjects, a university entrance exam generally evaluates the following:


As you will have enough time to prepare yourself, our recommendation is that you consult the study guide (this should be provided by your university) and see which subjects are the most difficult for you and start going over them; for example: if your thing is not dates and historical movements, start there, as you will have time for your admission exam, you can go a little deeper into the topics, also consider this in your timetable so that you do not get out of control when you study.

Once you have more than mastered them, then move on to the ones that are easier for you, you won't have to stop so much because as you already know them, you'll just have to take a look at them, review them to remember the most important points and that's it! you'll be all set for your entrance exam.

3. Use study techniques
Do you realise that with these tips you are getting super well organised for your entrance exam? Well, remember that when you are studying for each one of them, a very important point is to have study techniques that will help you understand the knowledge of each subject in a better way.

For example, if mind mapping is more useful for Biology, that doesn't mean that it shouldn't be the same for Mathematics, maybe for that subject you should use flashcards. Remember that everyone learns differently, so the most important thing is that you yourself feel comfortable and realise that you are making progress and assimilating knowledge.

 

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