This semester I have to take 7 exams, 2 are already done.
The funny thing is, today I got the info that I passed the first exam, even though I thought it would be hopeless. The second exam was a surprise but also surprisingly easy, and I`m sure I passed.
All I would do is feeling the emotions of passing an exam. Also I would think about, what would happen if I failed, and when I knew it wouldn`t be too bad the pressure was gone.
For the last four exams I`m pretty well prepared, but on 10th of February I have a big exam and I`m not well prepared. It`s 1/3 MC, 1/3 knowledge, 1/3 transfer. LOA/Visualizing is my only hope and I`m going for it. I just wanted to share, that thinking about failure sometimes actually helps focusing on being successful. I`m not too depressed if I fail, but I feel so happy about passing the exam.
For passing exams, you first have to look at the negative beliefs you have surrounding the exam process. I have been a student and remember the 'stress' people got in during their exams, thinking it would be hard and that there would be too much work to do and so on. This then created a pressure cooker few weeks for them.
To pass exams and courses, first of all believe that EVERYTHING IS EASY. That allows positive energy to flow into that area of your life - in fact, all areas of your life. Everything becomes easy, including coursework and exams. The coursework you do is interesting and stimulating and doesn't feel like work at all. And the exams have easy questions which you know a lot about and can write a lot about.
And manage your time effectively. Start your revision early and give yourself time to get through a lot of it. Within an exam, divide time between sections or questions equally, and maybe start with the easiest question first, giving yourself confidence.