Maturities knock on the door, and in this sound the digestive organs creep together in horror. You are also afraid, and do you feel that you will not be able to catch up with the fabric in those weeks? Here are some tips on how to encourage sympathizers. Even if you don’t know almost anything.
- Be in a good mood
Which is, of course, easy to say, but worse to do. If you don’t even have the thought of warm smiles because of stress, try to pretend to be somewhat trustworthy. Every teacher is pleased when someone is sitting in front of him, instead of a poisoned and stressed student, with a good mood and with a nice smile on his lips.
With quirks, lightness, and a rather optimistic attitude, don’t be overwhelmed, however, for the teacher not to suspect that you are taking the graduation exam too lightly.
- Don’t say “I don’t know”
Golden Rule – Never release this forbidden word from your mouth. Of course, the examiner will know if you don’t know something. But admitting that this “little and quite insignificant information” has missed you while you are learning, you will certainly not gain his sympathy.
So try to get around the whole problem and mention the interesting things in your mind.
- Talk casually
If you are a type of person who memorizes the whole question, be careful not to sound as a poem recitation. Professors generally do not like people who “cram” entire paragraphs (unless they are instructive) and often ask the examiner for additional or more complex information.
Therefore, speak slowly and understandably, but still humanly – calmly take a short pause during which to take a look at the notes.
- Show interest
You always have to pretend that you are very interested and interested in the subject. This positively affects not only the teacher himself, but the whole committee. Indeed, if these people see (albeit perhaps pretended) interest in the subject being tested, they will be more inclined to forgive one or the other of the minor deficiency or mistake than the people who are not at all interested in the subject.
- Don’t be overly confident
If you go from the wristband to the commission with the expression of a person whose brain contains all the knowledge of mankind and then you will present yourself, believe that the examiners will try to prepare your self-confidence and therefore ask unpleasant supplementary questions. Also, never pass “Do I Just Say It!” Sentences when the cantor fixes or breaks you. For the graduation exam, you will most certainly come with humility and respect.