Hi. I know lots of you are working on mock exams at the moment, and I thought it'd be useful for me to jump in here and just give you five steps of things that you can do in that last minute revision the day before your mock exam, I'll be focusing specifically on IB physics, but this really shouldwork for any topic in IB physics. And this is after my years of experience of teaching students, how can you make the most of that last day before your exam? So step number one is to find, well, certainly for a group four subject five paper, one questions, so five multiple choice questions, and two longer style questions from paper two, just randomly choose them at random. Just find them from somewhere and get them ready to go for every topic that you're about to be assessed on.
Step Number two is to try those questions. Okay. So try the questionsmake sure you do them in the alloted time. So if you're looking at a multiple choice question, give yourself around 1.5 minutes for that. And similarly for a mark in the longer paper, try and do it within a time limit. And then mark those questions with your mark scheme. Once you've done that Step number three is once you've marked it with a markscheme, write down the stuff you got wrong and what you've learned from the mark scheme. So for an example, might be say, you didn't know the difference between electromotive force EMF and potential difference PD. Then the mark scheme told you the answer. You've learned that from the mark scheme. So you write that down. These are the only things you should be writing down. Okay? Only note and stuff you got wrong.
So step number four is don't spend a long time focusing on any one concept. So say that you're stuck with Fleming's left hand rule in electromagnetic induction. Don't worry about it, like do the best you can, but don't spend any longer than 15 minutes on that concept. It's a waste of, you can focus it on the real exam, but if this mock exam, it's better for you to get through the stuff and develop your exam technique. And step number five, a I put step number five into two sections is if you run out of energy during this long study session, and you're working through all these past papers and everything, and you're writing down notes and it's taking it's two on you, don't stop, have a break and then choose either to practice multiple choice questions on grade gorilla.com because there, you know, they're there, it's easy for you to work through.
It is less taxing on the brain. I think so change medium, go to grade gorilla.com. Or if you run out of energy, I, and you're a member of grade pod head into grade pod and watch and activate the application tutorial inside that tutorial. Basically, you watch me and you watch my exam technique, tackling questions, and sometimes having that break, that passive learning style of watching somebody else do the exam questions can be as effective as you actually doing them yourself. And there are my five steps for what to do in the last minute revision before an IB exam. But how, what I really want you to do is don't panic because we believe in you. We at great grade pod believe in you. This is just the mock exam. I know it's important for many in case the exams don't go ahead, but we believe in you. It's just the mock exam. Don't panic. Make sure you get a good night's sleep. And really it's ultimate ultimately about living a happy life. And for that, that's not all about exams. I okay. So good luck with everything. Hope it all goes well and take care. Bye.