HOW TO PREPARE WELL FOR YOUR BACCALAUREATE?
The passage of the baccalaureate represents a decisive step in the life of any student since it is the mark obtained which will determine the possibility of access to certain higher schools.
Thus, the baccalaureate exam represents a source of great stress, which generally is accentuated by the fact that it is a global exam which requires mastery of all the courses taken during the year. Some people may even feel completely lost in the face of the heavy workload due to the preparation for the event. However, there is no real reason to stress, it is just a matter of good prior preparation for lessons and his psychological state.
Through this article we are therefore going to give you some practical advice on how to prepare well for your baccalaureate, in order to pass your baccalaureate in the best possible circumstances.
Organize your time
How many of us have experienced this situation where we postpone our revisions the next day until we find ourselves the day before the exam without having done anything yet? In order to avoid this situation, it is necessary to organize yourself well in advance and to manage your time well by formalizing this through a written and determined schedule of review periods, as well as the different subjects concerned.
Having a written schedule will go a long way toward sticking to your schedule because it represents a real commitment to yourself, not just intention. Hang up your schedule so that it is always before your eyes!
To keep an effective pace, it is important when developing your review schedule to determine the subjects to study, the time you will study and the time to devote to each subject. And above all, be careful not to underestimate the time that must be allocated for the revisions of each subject! You risk not sticking to your schedule and thus demotivating yourself. If so, readjust your schedule to the conditions and stick to your commitment.
Faced with the great burden of preparing for the baccalaureate, you will not be able to get out of it if you decide to do it in the last days before the exam. For better time management, it is necessary to take a few months in advance and ideally, start preparations and revisions gradually since the beginning of the school year.
To do this, the most effective way is to make review sheets when you prepare for your exams which take place during the year, or even better, just after the end of each course.
Therefore, you will find yourself approaching the baccalaureate, with pre-established summaries for all of the courses, and you will only have to remember them and practice through exercises to be ready on D-Day.