Avoidable FRM Mistakes – Part 2

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In this article, we continue our post on things you should watch out for when preparing for your exams and those things you can do to stay on the right track.

You can click here to read the previous article. So, let’s continue:


Keep your health in check

It is really important that you get this one right.

We understand the importance of studying and pouring in those many hours to achieve your goal.

However, we have seen so many make the mistake of ignoring their physical health and pay for it later in life.

Having a proper diet and exercising consistently will help your efforts in several ways. These can be:

  • Increased energy levels
  • Maintaining focus longer
  • Experiencing improved sleeping patterns
  • Even having a better disposition!


Make a plan

This one sometimes goes under the radar but is still extremely important.

There are several things that you need to know (and do) before test day. These may include:

  • Knowing the route to the exam site
  • Knowing how many days before the sitting
  • Planning a route and a backup in case of traffic
  • Pre-packing your ID card and confirmation
  • Planning for your nutrition on the day
  • Planning something special after!


Get familiar

Here’s one massive point that you just can afford to ignore!

You MUST have an idea of what you are going into before hand- and by this we mean working through as many questions as humanly possible.

By doing so, you will understand your weaknesses and strengths.

You will know what areas you’ll have to spend more time on and those in which are comfortable for you.

Trust us with this one. There are several online exam prep guides out there with some great question banks (including us, of course).

Some may opt to select one, others may go with multiple sources just to be extra sure.

Whatever you decide, just do it and work as many questions before time.


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