CREATING A STUDY PLAN

To help you optimise your preparation, we recommend the following:

 

  • Do about 10 hours self-study pre-preparation to give you a good idea of your test, where you have strengths/weaknesses and to give you a fighting chance with the diagnostic test – so that it reflects your true starting score and the real weak areas to be worked on.
  • Take a simulation, if this is available.
  • On the basis of the results, your deadlines and time available to study, create a study plan to optimise your preparation.
  • If you decide to take a prep course, assuming this is available for your test, make sure you do not finish this too close to the test date. You will need some weeks to put into practice and assimilate the tips, tricks and techniques you will learn during the preparation phase. These will have to become automatic before you can take on the real test.
  • Once you have finished the course or prep phase, take as many simulations as possible and identify any remaining areas that need further work, such as particular question types, timing etc.

 

AND REMEMBER, STANDARDISED TESTING DOES NOT ONLY TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE, BUT ALSO YOUR ABILITY TO TAKE THAT TEST- SO PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!

 

Here is a visual summary of your plan of attack!

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