What if someone told you that you can attain high level of proficiency (a level you admire, and aspire to achieve) in android development or writing or public speaking or a sport or any pursuit in 2-3 years. You’ll likely not believe.
People, by and large, overestimate what they can achieve in the short term (say, 3-4 months) and grossly underestimate what they can in 2-3 years.
You may be leaking precious time and energy without even realizing if you don’t ask few important productivity questions. Here they are:
Have you failed to complete a test paper because you ran out of time?
Have you blanked out on seeing a tough test paper?
Have you been routinely losing marks because of silly mistakes?
And what if you were not in your peak state of mind while taking that important test?
These aren’t uncommon situations. Many struggle with these and many other issues while writing exams, which you can better cope with if you’ve a good test-taking strategy.
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International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is unarguably the toughest pre-college test in mathematics. (You’ll see plenty of examples in this post to illustrate this point.) And it’s also the oldest – the first IMO was held in Romania in 1959 – of all International Science Olympiads.