How I passed the board exam
How to pass the board exams:
1. Pray. A 5 minute devotional or silent time in the morning would be preferable to prepare yourself for the day. Do light exercises such breathing or yoga (Hatha yoga). This aids in proper positioning as well as entrance of adequate oxygen in the body and brain thus stimulating good nerve conduction and thinking.
2. Program your activities. A note pad, scheduler or anything that would keep on with the tasks. A daily goal of lessons or subject would keep you on track to your plans and prospective.
3. Eat a balanced diet. Have a hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cliché “breakfast is the most important part of the day” is really helpful. Even recent researches have been done with since our brains are wired in consuming glucose for proper functioning.
4. Sleep at least 6 to 8 hours a day. Cat naps
Guide in pre-board exam questions:
According to my experience, I have tried to review the whole topic instead of finding the answer to the question.
For example, one test questions asks about the complications of acute appendicitis. What I did was after I found the right answer to the question; I would read a topic or scan some references about acute appendicitis from its definition, pathophysiology up to medical or nursing management.
In that way I could learn more about that certain topic.
It is also helpful if you can schedule one subject area at a time.
Avoid smoking. Avoid caffeine but eat chocolate! Lots of it =)
Post notes using manila paper and everything on the wall…