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Last Push:

To achieve this all stakeholders are to
participate in the teaching and learning processes:

FINAL EXAM PREPARATION TIPS FOR LEARNERS

Create a study Schedule

• Set up a realistic schedule for studying.
• Be sure that it allows enough time to study for each
of your subjects.
• You may have to write 2 subjects on the same day,
so you will need to plan ahead to be prepared to take
them both.
• Be sure you allow enough time to sleep, exercise and
eat well. If you take care of your body, your body will
take care of your mind during the examination period.
• Stick to your schedule

Review Previous Years Question Papers
• Previous Years Question Papers can be a good
resource when preparing for the final exam.
• Look back over the tests to get a feel for the types
of questions that the examiner asks and the level of
detail he/she wants in an answer.

Review Your Notes
• Outline your notes.
• Look to see how Previous Years Question Papers
used the material in your notes.
• Mark areas in your notes of which you are unsure.
• Ask your teachers or a classmate about the areas
you have marked.

Review Your Text
• Skim and scan.
• Look to see how previous tests used material in the
text.
• Outline major categories and subcategories.
• Make notes about the areas where you feel you are
the weakest, so you can concentrate on those
chapters.

Form Study Groups
• Study Groups are a good idea all of the time,
learners’ are encouraged to formulate these study
groups.
• Assign each person in the study group a section of
the course to review and “teach” to the others.
• Each person should develop a possible test questions
to cover the section.

Relax
• Final exam time does NOT mean panic time!
• Eat well, get plenty of sleep and relax.
• You will be surprised to find that you have
remembered more than your think.

 

TEACHERS

  • To ensure curriculum coverage for the year of study
  • To assess regularly and give feedback
  • To supervise the work of learners to achieve their potential
  • Avoid abuse of learners’ e.g. sexual relations with learners, corporal punishment, etc.
  • To encourage learners to apply for higher education studies
  • To provide all resources required to deliver effective curriculum in all classes
  • To encourage parents to participate in the learning process and progress of learners

 

“Education is a Societal matter”

THESE ARE THE THINGS PARENTS CAN DO
TO SUPPORT LEARNERS WITH THE
“LAST PUSH”:

HOW TO:
Organize Learners previous year’s question papers;
Assist Learners in their revision;
Provide Learners with newspaper supplements and study guides;
Provide Learners with sufficient time to study;
Reduce domestic chores;
Assist Learners to draft a study time table;
Monitor Learners study period;
Organize Learners tutors for problematic subjects;
Monitor Learners on their proper use of cellphones during the examination period;
Log on to the DBE Website at www.education.gov.za to access the previous year’s question papers.

THE DEPARTMENT
To provide all the support and resources to schools to ensure that all work is done.
To provide teachers, textbooks and teaching aides
Teacher development.

NORTH WEST DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION AND
SPORT DEVELOPMENT
WISHES ALL LEARNERS GOOD LUCK
AS THEY WILL BE PREPARING
THEMSELVES FOR THE
FINAL EXAMINATIONS.

 

 
     

 

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