Every successful athlete trains; every good student trains, too. Here are six tips to help you prepare for your upcoming Linguaskill test.
Manage your time
A lot of people don’t do this one. They tend to just study. Then they get busy and stop. Top students typically schedule their study sessions and follow the regimen. They study on a regular basis to allow time to process the information
Let your friends know
If you don’t tell your friends what you are doing, they will likely be texting you or asking you out for a coffee. If you let them know that you are preparing for a major exam and why, then they will give you space and time to study.
Let your family know
Maybe you need time away from chores to study. Maybe you need the TV turned down. Whatever it is get your family to help you study.
You’re going to need to not do some things you like while you prepare. That means you might have to give up clubbing for a while or avoid getting drunk on Saturday night, so you can study all day Sunday.
Some things you can do on your own, but for other things, you need a helping hand. Talk to a person who has recently sat for Linguaskill and chat to them about the test. Better yet, consult test preparation experts like us at GlobalExam. We have the materials, the plans and the expertise that you’ll need to succeed.
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