Practical Exam


C++ practical exam

June 22,2011, Final Exam day of my C++ students. They were all looking so serious and feeling anxious. I adviced my students when taking the exam they should be relaxed and read the problem carefully.

Here are the tips that can be given to our students when taking exam:
1. Be prepared
– Practice makes perfect. Practice all the programming exercises given in the class and solve the problems in the text book. Make sure you are ready to solve the problems. Before the exam, tuned up your brain, by doing quick review of the lessons 10 minutes before the start of the exam. Don’t forget the things you need to bring in the exam hall and make sure your stomach is full.
2. Have a positive attitude
– Exams might be tough but having a positive attitude helps you to become successful.
3. Manage your time
– Scan through the question paper quickly before starting. Answering easy questions first is time saver and confidence builder.
4. Don’t get worried
– Tricky questions can knock off balance. Don’t be frustrated and worried. Reread the question to make sure you understand it, then try to solve it in the best of your ability. If you can’t solve it, mark it and move on, you can come back to it later. If you can’t solve it, review all the options you know and make a best guess.
5. Review your answers
– When you’re done, review your answers. Spend the last remaining minutes going over the hardest problems before you submit your exam paper.
6. Don’t forget to pray
– Pray for peace of mind and guidance from our Almighty God. And also pray that you’ll be away from  bad whispers as they will distract you when taking exam.
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