- March 9, 2021 at 6:38 am #614006
Please give me an advise on how can I better perform in exam as I could never complete SBR exam on time. Always I study the whole theory, but while coming to exams I could never complete ontime leaving so many marks behind due to poor exam techniques such as weak time management or thinking what could be the possible answer. Or is it because I study too much theory points.. please advise on how can I improve and better perform..March 9, 2021 at 6:39 am #614007
Also when I come across some questions which I have never come across in kit, I take some time thinking what should I write. I am really sad on my March 2021 SBR exam as even after putting too much efforts and covering whole syllabus, I could not attend the whole exam.March 9, 2021 at 6:42 am #614008
I had to fully leave a 9 mark qn which I know really well due to time constraint and the 4th 25 mark qn was with a lot of subheads like Sustainability 4 m with 2 mark for discussion quality, natural disasters destruction Non CA- possibility of insurance treatment 4m, destroyed non CA trtmnt 4m, potential of Grant and impairment trtmnt for destruction 4m, hedge of aluminum 4 m, provision for environment repair 3m.March 9, 2021 at 6:44 am #614009
It’s really worrisome that I could not do this set except sustainability reporting for 4 marks and the rest even though easy questions I could do only 1-2 lines due to time constraints..so literally I left 9 mark question and could not do 18 mark well except 1-2 lines hardly for sub questions.
I studied really well and did the exam poor.. So much demotivated ..Sir Please advise..March 9, 2021 at 2:44 pm #614054Stephen WidbergKeymaster
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From now on:
1. Revise the theory from our flashcards. They have most of the required knowledge.
2. Question practice which MUST be against the clock. If you don’t do the questions to time, you won’t pass.
When you write – all you have to produce is the BASIC KNOWLEDGE for the standards examined. If your APPLICATION is incorrect it is not the end of the world.
Remember that numbers do not have to be absolutely correct.
Please watch my debriefs of the 2019 and 2020 exams (2020 will be available shortly) in the recorded lectures section of the website for lots of pointers on exam technique.
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