How are you preparing for the upcoming national exam?

How are you preparing for the upcoming national exam?

Heng Hongchu, 19 years old, student at Hun Sen Takhmou High School
“When I am reviewing lessons we have had for an exam I always focus on details that help me remember the different points. Its also important for me to find a good balance between studying and relaxing.”


Gov Buntong, 18 years old, student at Hun Sen Saang High School
“I usually just review all lessons we have had and whatever else may come up in the exam. I also focus on tips we learnt how to answer questions on the exam strategically. Doing all that makes me confident and not be afraid of the exam.


Nong Chanmono, 19 years old, student at Wat Koh High School
“I don’t believe in reviewing so much but rather in critical thinking. I do exercises from another schools. Especially scientific subjects like math, physics, chemistry and biology help to keep your brain fit.”


Sem Sidavin, 17 years old, student at Hun Sen Kompong Popil High School
“Forming study groups with my friends works best for me in the preparation of an exam. We don’t only add to each others knowledge but together we also come up with good methods to tackle questions.”


Em Sangvavan, 18 years old, student at Hun Sen Serey Pheap High school
“Apart from revising all we have done I take good care of myself: sleeping well and eating healthy food is as important as giving yourself enough time to relax. Then you can enter the exam with full power!”

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