if it's mod b, then you essentially want to write paragraphs for as many themes as you can - i personally didn't do this for my internals, i chose 3 and was lucky that they suited the question - however for trials, or atleast hsc, it would honestly be fool-proof if you knew paragraphs for all of the main themes (that's what i'm doing) - i've heard that tip from a past state rankerSo what is the best way to prepare for english? I was reading the start of this thread and I am a bit confused on the themes/topics I center my paragraphs around I aim to memorise.
words cannot express how much study I finna get done in the holidaysAll the real-time tips that were given in the original post as well as those you guys have given to each other really show your readiness to push yourselves to the limit and the mentality with which you are planning to approach your studies and the trial exams themselves is really promising. Your efforts will certainly not go in vain!
1. Do NOT type. Laptops/Ipads are convenient but will slow you down in the long run. WRITE ON PAPER when grinding at home. I improved my writing speed during tests significantly through this.
I guess change your pen and write more to practice, or change your pen grip. I used a really weird pen grip and pressed hard so I could only get like 800 words for each english essay (just an approximation).
Muji penswhat pen do u use?
I'm a bic guy
thats normal if you're getting the hang of a studying routine (not assuming you are) or adjusting to a new routine. You can't immediately get in the "flow" or "zone" (for a lack of a better term) unless you have been regularly practicing a routine regularly. I put some music on to try to mitigate thinking about random things while studying and it helped making progress early on, after I was confident that I could sit down and study properly I removed the music and just studied. From my experience, the best way is just keep on trying to study and stick to a regular routine so your in a way conditioned to be focused at certain periods of the day.not bad, been able to follow my timetable for the most patt
btw, does anyone know how to stop losing focus while studying? I literally block all distractions and yet my mind seems to wonder