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Few techniques that can help you in giving exams accurately with speed.
As you sit on designated computer, open the following programs. MS Word, Math Type, MS Paint, Calculator, MS Exel, Internet Explorer. ( MS Word for solving question, Math Type for greek and latin notations to make formulas.
Hold Window key and press R to open Run command dialog. Type 'winword' to open MS Word, 'mathtype' for Math Type, 'mspaint' for Paint, 'calc' for calculator, 'excel' for MS Excel and 'iexplorer' for Internet Explorer.
Use Alt+Tab to switch program.
As your time start, login into exam software using internet explorer, don't spend time on reading instructions, just tick and start paper. Go to Last question, select and copy using Ctrl + C and paste on MS Word using Ctrl + V and just type marks. e.g. last question 5 (enter). Repeat the process for all questions as you move back word and stop when MCQs begin. After this real all questions and press Ctrl + S to save MS Word file.
Attempt all the MCQs and keep your eye on the possible answers to the question, some time MCQs are quit helpful in answering question and reminds what we possibly forget.
Solve questions in MS Word file and after answering each question don't forget to press Ctrl + S to save your answer. It will help to protect answers from power interruption.
If you want to add diagrams then switch using Alt+Tab to MS Paint, draw diagrams, select diagram, press Ctrl + C to copy, goto MS Word and press Ctrl + V to paste. Do the same for formulas using Math type and for tables and charts using MS Excel.
Before last 5 min, copy and paste your answer after correcting spelling mistakes and save. Revise the whole paper two times and make sure you didn't left any question. Don't leave any question and attempt using your knowledge and common sense.
Best of luck for Exams..!!
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Sounds very difficult !!! I wonder how I am going to be able to go through my first exam without making any real blunders!
Do they explain things to the students before the exam starts? or the students need to figure it all out themselves??
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