Exams are around the corner and I am sure all of you are gearing up for the same. It is time for you to get your act together so that your scores reflect the effort you are putting in.
When you go for your preparatory leave, it is important that you utilise the time properly and revise the syllabus thoroughly. Keep in touch with your teachers to discuss problems you come across during the revision process. Written practice is the key to both understanding a concept and memorising a formula. Revising the syllabus and answering sample papers should go hand in hand.
You should also make sure that you stay healthy, so eat healthy. Writing an exam requires a high level of concentration and stamina and that is only possible if you are healthy and fit. Proper sleep will also ensure that you have an alert mind to comprehend whatever comes in front of you. Take small breaks while studying to relax and stay stress-free so that you can perform well in the exams that are going to determine your future course.
Throughout the year you have studied for your examinations and now you should focus on presenting what you have studied in the best possible way. When you write your answers make sure you put forth your best handwriting.
You should be able to communicate effectively with your examiners so that there’s no doubt about what you are trying to say, so see that you write your answers clearly. Time management and stress control are equally important.
Remember that your final grades do matter and they will to a great extent determine your career graph. So take the exams with full confidence and with a positive attitude.
All the best !!!
Students seeking admission must meet the requirements set by the school. A corresponding scale of age is fixed for the successive classes.
Please see the Admission Guidelines for more information. For further enquiry please contact Indian School Nizwa - Administration department.
Note: Admissions are open for the academic year 2018 - 2019.
Various teaching aids like audio visuals, specimens etc. are used in the day to day classroom teaching. Journals for all the subjects as well as around more than 1000 books are also available for reading in the library.