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OK, this is it. You’ve done your preparation and you’ve got to the exam
room in plenty of time. Now you’re sitting down, and your written English
exam is about to begin. What next? Just start writing? No, not quite yet.
As these students know, the first step is to focus fully on the exam you’re
about to do.
I try to concentrate and not to think about the result, and not to think about the person who is sitting in front of me. I try to imagine as I’m, I’m doing it for myself. This is my way. Try to concentrate on your own knowledge and just be aware of the fact that you’ve done the most for the exam. Think only about yourself and only about the exam.
Nuala: Block out any distractions. Don’t think about anyone else, don’t think about other things. Concentrate on doing this particular exam.
Next, focus on time. As Examiner Mark Shea points out, a good exam
technique depends on good timing
During the exam itself, time management is essential. Doing an exam successfully is to a large extent a question of good time management. If you’ve done practice exams before, you should have a good idea of how long each part should take you, and when you have to hurry.
Take a big clock into the exam room with you, but not one that ticks too loudly.