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HOW TO ACE THE UNEB EXAMS THIS YEAR
Many potential candidates, during this period, are overwhelmed with assignments and readings.
A candidate who is unprepared runs the risk of suffering widespread disgrace. But if you follow these simple rules, you will pass your UNEB exams without a doubt.
1. Seek God in prayer.
God is the source of all good things. You must first go through him to achieve anything. Everyone who has ever been successful in life has given God the credit. Do what you can to have faith in him, and you will experience miraculous events. Please have faith!!
2. READ IT!
I'm sure you hear this term every morning when you open your eyes. But reading is a necessity. I don't think it's possible to write a decent history paper without first doing some research. Study hard in all of your classes because your UCE grades will determine which universities will accept you. You got an F on your biology test, but you know you could have gotten a D if you had just read the material. Please don't wait till you're filled with regret.
3. Reducing time spent on unnecessary activities.
To do well on the UNEB, you need to put in a lot of effort, but only for a short time. Reduce how much time you spend on things like Facebook, texting, watching movies, and Call of Duty: Black Ops if you want to get the most out of the remaining weeks. The thought of wishing you had read that history book instead of going to that party is enough to make anyone feel regretful. I'm sure many of your loved ones are aware of your candidacy, so please don't disappoint them or, more importantly, yourself. One man once said, ""Play now and pay later, or pay now and play later,"" he said.
4. RELAX AND GET PLENTY OF SLEEP.
Work without recreation makes John a dull lad.
If you know, on some level, that you have read the material carefully, you can finally unwind. If you're feeling stressed, it may help to do something that you really enjoy. Get your recommended amount of sleep (between 7-9 hours) nightly, but avoid sleeping for too long, since this will make you feel incredibly fatigued and lazy. You might as well not study at all if you plan on sleeping through the exam.
5. EAT WELL-ROUNDED MEALS EVERY DAY.
A well-rested and well-nourished brain is a powerful brain. Take in plenty of healthy foods, including fruits, vegetables, grains, milk, fish, and fish oil. From a nutritional point of view, these foods are exactly what your brain needs to remember those hard math and science formulas. Avoid fried foods, sodas, and sugary drinks (at least for the next few weeks!!!).
Smoking kills brain cells, making it easier for you to forget about that biology experiment.
6. Ask for assistance.
At the time, many high school and college students were too embarrassed to ask questions about things they learned in lower-level classes. But this is not true at all. Instead, you will learn what you didn't know before, which will bring you closer to the level of intelligence you already have. You shouldn't be shy about asking a seemingly easy question. Okay??
7. Meet and hang out with some ""geeks""
Even if they aren't the most well-liked students, they may have a leg up on a particular subject. So be kind but avoid taking advantage of them; else, they may start to ""spoon feed you poison."" Friend them, and they could just share their secret to success with you.
8. CONTINUE WITH THE TRAINING.
Even if you think you've covered everything on the syllabus, a teacher may still drop by to hand you the notes he requested you to copy in the first place, or he may even add new material. So, remember that golden lesson?
9. LISTEN TO YOUR INSTRUCTORS.
An instructor who constantly slaps you with ""puni's"" deserves your utmost respect. That educator may refer you to the dreaded D.C., which has the authority to discontinue any candidate for indiscipline, meaning you will not be able to take the UNEB this year and you will have to re-register the following year. That professor deserves for you to wolf down some steak. YUP!! So it goes; such is life. LET IT GO, BUT DON'T FORGET.
10. In no uncertain terms, number ten, trust in yourself.
Studying all the words in the world won't help if you don't have faith in yourself. If you're ever feeling down or uninspired, all you have to do is search the web for some uplifting words of wisdom. You'll get back on your feet, I just know it.
One should avoid all negative energy and previous outcomes. They delivered, and now it's time for you to convert that f9 to a D1. not only by faith but also through doggedness.
Some people will try to pull you down, and others will try to keep you there by stepping on you, but you have to have faith in yourself and know that you can succeed. Your strength of will is greater than theirs when it comes to the venom they spew from their tongues.
I have no doubt that you will succeed and even breeze through the UNEB examinations if you follow the advice above.