New Delhi [India]July 17th (ANI / Oswaal Books): An examination of the extent of the Olympics is an examination that cannot be taken lightly. Thousands of students attend Olympics (national and international) each year and few of the brightest and hardest-working students can earn a commendable and notable rank or score.
Olympiads are the perfect way to train young students to adapt to real situations, to look at problems more analytically, to consider different aspects of the problem at hand and to be more evaluative and attentive to the small details and develop an acumen for innovative thinking and problem solving. In short, Olympic exams help train students’ minds in a certain way. It is geared towards polishing and beautifying the intellectual skills or abilities of the students by placing them in a coherent yet competitive environment that ultimately fosters them.
It is wise to teach students to expose themselves to healthy competitive environments, even from a young age. The world is moving at a rapid pace and if students in grades 1-5 are not introduced to the world of the Olympics, they will never be able to keep up with the other students.
Tips to better prepare for your Olympics – young people shaping heads to win
It is extremely important to instill the spirit of healthy competition and the value of success in students from a young age. That way, they will have a better chance of passing any proficiency test they will take throughout their lives. Future competitive exams will no longer be as intimidating and frustrating as usual. Here are a few tips to help you prepare properly and earn better ranks and merits:
1. Deepen your understanding of the issues and strive for conceptual clarity – mugging up may have worked on in-house assessments and year-end exams at school, but will surely fail you on an exam like the Olympics. You need to study thoroughly and pay attention to the details. The question paper for the Olympics exam is pretty tough (whatever your standard) and tends to be more analytical in nature. This means that you will have a hard time finding the right answer to the problems unless you have a strong foundation, a deeper understanding of the concepts, and conceptual clarity.
2. Notes on revising – This cannot be stressed enough – always revise what you have learned and strictly set a time of day for revision. Learning is great and the only way to move forward. However, if you cannot keep the information that you have already processed and learned, you will never do well in the Olympics. The effective collection and retention of information is more important than ever. In this way you can better relate different topics and draw conclusions better and more effectively. Additionally, taking self-examination notes as you study helps improve answer construction, helps you memorize faster, better understand what you are learning, think out loud, and more. It’s a really efficient technique that toppers from all over the world are using to cut their study and study time in half.
3. Solving tasks – There is no alternative to this – you have to solve a mountain of sample papers, collections of questions and mock tests in order to be able to say with certainty that you can score among the best. However, it is absolutely essential that you choose a good book to do this. There are many solved paper books or question banks that miss important questions or provide incorrect information that ultimately turns out to be a huge backlash for you. Oswaal Books’ One for All Olympiad really is the perfect book you can get for this purpose. This book has a fitting name and contains solved papers, various difficulty levels of assessments (Level 1, 2 and Achievers) to provide progress with accuracy, a variety of highly recommended sample papers with their own solutions, concept reviews with clear examples to clear Concepts support, answer keys with detailed explanations, and a dedicated fun learning section that includes fun trivia, “Did you know?” and amazing facts so you can learn while having fun too.
Here is the recommended link One For All Olympics books for grades 1 through 5: https://bit.ly/3kpAvZX
4. Plan Your Study – You have 24 hours a day, but you only need to spend 12 hours studying. This includes short breaks, naps, and meal breaks. However, what you really need to do is break the rest of the 12 hours you have into sections that are geared towards developing a specific aspect of your prep process. This is a healthy way to improve your preparation. Planning your learning can save you more time throughout the day that you can devote to other activities that keep you occupied and entertained, which is equally important as there is no point in breaking your brain apart in such a way that it completely collapses .
5. Learn the curriculum – By learning the curriculum, we do not mean learning everything that is in the curriculum. It simply means becoming familiar with the chapters, concepts, and problems that appear in the questionnaires in general. By learning the curriculum, you can gain an advantage over the others in the sense that you can develop an effective and informed strategy that will help you learn faster and smarter by leaving out topics or sections that are zero or absolute are of minimal importance. You can use the book Oswaal One for All Olympiad for this purpose.
Olympics are definitely a challenge and securing the top spots can be seen as a Herculean task. However, it is not impossible. Start learning early and learn from the right books and you will find that you will make incredible progress in no time.
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