In order to pass an exam you have to study. This is a fact, and it is unavoidable. But preparing for an exam doesn't necessarily mean the outcome will be a success. We know people who, even though they are very well prepared, cannot pass exams. On the other hand we all know people who despite having very little preparation manage to pass tests. Why is that? And is it possible to learn a method, that before studying (it can never replace studying) can help to experience exams in a serene and positive way? The observations contained in this little book (they are short, in order not to burden the work involved in passing the exam) place themselves in the psychological time that precedes the phase of studying and the exams, but they do not replace one's effort, and they are not a magic wand. Enjoy the read!
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