The text is for the following question.     For those of you who neglect your textbooks all through the year, exams turn into a nightmare. It becomes a race to see how fast you can cram a year's worth of syllabus. With the Board exams around the corner, there are many of you who probably do the same.     During a time of such intense exam pressure, you first need to realize that studying for 12 hours a day is not something very healthy and you can rarely, if ever, adapt yourself to doing something like that.     Here are a few tips that can make your long study sessions the most effective and help you concentrate the most.   Study smaller portions at one go. Study smaller quantities of syllabus every day instead of taking on huge portions. If you hurry with all the chapters you haven't yet covered, you will be able to memorize very little of it for exam day. Don't study for more than two hours at a stretch. The optimal period of continuous study is 2 hours. Each period of 2 hours can again be broken down into slots of 25 minutes of solid studying followed by 5 minutes of break. If you need to continue studying, take longer breaks of around 20 minutes after every 2 hours. Get your mind regular breaks. When you are on 'break', you should keep your mind free from any exam-related thoughts or stress. If you use the break time to discuss the syllabus with friends or plan your next round of studying, then your mind is not on a break. If your mind doesn't take a break, the next round of studying is not going to be as effective. Focus more on the core material. As much as 80 percent of the questions asked in an exam are likely to come from the core material. So, if you are struggling with the unfinished syllabus, concentrate on the core material of the different subjects. Learn and write. Reading the chapters and highlighting important portions help a lot, but when you write down the important points you read in a piece of rough paper or your notebook, it helps you retain information even more. Sleep well to boost memory. Most students stay up late till night to finish revising before exams. You need to remember that it is proper sleep that turns your short-term memory -- what you just studied -- to long-term memory -- what you can recall sitting in the exam hall. So, sleep 7-8 hours every night to make sure all of your day's studying is actually retained by your brain.     These tips to effectively study for longer periods and finish your syllabus in the last few days will keep you crack your board exams. According to the text, when studying before exams, students need to focus more on core material because ...

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    For those of you who neglect your textbooks all through the year, exams turn into a nightmare. It becomes a race to see how fast you can cram a year's worth of syllabus. With the Board exams around the corner, there are many of you who probably do the same.

    During a time of such intense exam pressure, you first need to realize that studying for 12 hours a day is not something very healthy and you can rarely, if ever, adapt yourself to doing something like that.

    Here are a few tips that can make your long study sessions the most effective and help you concentrate the most.
 

  1. Study smaller portions at one go. Study smaller quantities of syllabus every day instead of taking on huge portions. If you hurry with all the chapters you haven't yet covered, you will be able to memorize very little of it for exam day.
  2. Don't study for more than two hours at a stretch. The optimal period of continuous study is 2 hours. Each period of 2 hours can again be broken down into slots of 25 minutes of solid studying followed by 5 minutes of break. If you need to continue studying, take longer breaks of around 20 minutes after every 2 hours.
  3. Get your mind regular breaks. When you are on 'break', you should keep your mind free from any exam-related thoughts or stress. If you use the break time to discuss the syllabus with friends or plan your next round of studying, then your mind is not on a break. If your mind doesn't take a break, the next round of studying is not going to be as effective.
  4. Focus more on the core material. As much as 80 percent of the questions asked in an exam are likely to come from the core material. So, if you are struggling with the unfinished syllabus, concentrate on the core material of the different subjects.
  5. Learn and write. Reading the chapters and highlighting important portions help a lot, but when you write down the important points you read in a piece of rough paper or your notebook, it helps you retain information even more.
  6. Sleep well to boost memory. Most students stay up late till night to finish revising before exams. You need to remember that it is proper sleep that turns your short-term memory -- what you just studied -- to long-term memory -- what you can recall sitting in the exam hall. So, sleep 7-8 hours every night to make sure all of your day's studying is actually retained by your brain.


    These tips to effectively study for longer periods and finish your syllabus in the last few days will keep you crack your board exams.


According to the text, when studying before exams, students need to focus more on core material because ... space 

  1. They're struggling with one-year syllabus. undefined

  2. It is way more important than the additional one. undefined

  3. They need to cover more than one subject. undefined

  4. An unfinished syllabus might be a burden to them. undefined

  5. Majority of questions in exam is based on it. undefined

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Perhatikan langkah keempat. Penulis meminta pembaca fokus untuk materi inti saja karena sebanyak 80 persen soal yang ditanyakan pada saat ujian berasal dari materi inti. 

Persentase tersebut menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar (majority) pertanyaan yang disajikan pada saat ujian berdasarkan materi inti. 

Oleh karena itu, pilihan jawaban yang benar adalah E.undefined

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