"Only students with big dreams and vision put time into serious revision." When it comes to exams, intelligence alone is insufficient. Understanding key processes during revisions and studies is a necessity; otherwise, knowledge would be a waste of information during exams. Education is not merely a book, a room, an institution, a desk or a blackboard; education is a living instrument. It breeds ability in all willing students. The Student Exam Passport is a study guide that is laid out in a way that makes study and revision more urgent, more entertaining, more easier to follow, more thoroughly engaging, and a little more philosophical and novel-like. It is embedded with a real-life scenario and outlines common errors during an exam that all students can associate with. For example, it reveals scenarios that underpin an explainable cause of bad grades and proposes better study techniques that are detailed and concise to overcome bad grades. It touches on the role of our memory before and during the exam day. It also reveals that despite being intelligent, motivated and hardworking, most students still struggle to remember much after hours of studying for an exam. One plausible answer is, the information we might want to retain has not made it into the long-term memory bank. It also consists of topics such as the following: Accountability --Learning style --Memory --Significance of forgetting --Preparation and planning --Achieving top grade --and many other topics.
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