This is, deliberately, an easier day than most. You have been working hard, with an increasing number of tasks each day, and you need to take stock. Tidying away your discarded revision cards, filing all of the revision notes you no longer need and throwing away all the rubbish that has accumulated will keep things in control and also clear your head ready for the final push before the exams.Today has been an easier day, giving your brain the chance to relax a little. Like the rest day on Day Seven, your mind will have been assimilating material and sorting it even without you realising it. Going into an exam as a frazzled, exhausted wreck is not going to do you any good: it is better to know a little less and be fresh and ready to use what you do know to maximum effect than to know much more and be too tired to benefit from it.
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