8. Focus on your personality, communication and writing skills:

 This is necessary for both written and oral exams. Master the art of the pen.

7. Read all:

Ensure to read everything in the syllabus, do not leave any topic or subjects out. This is to avoid falling into grave mistakes and later regretting it

6. Take breaks:

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, therefore all study and no breaks will make you dull and slow like Jack. It is therefore imperative that you keep taking timed breaks in between your study timetable.

5. Note making: 

It is not a must that you must make note. Most persons prefer reading directly from the course textbook and materials, while others find notes making boring and stressful.

4. Coach:

This has been briefly discussed, but it must be emphasized that due to the high level of competition that the exam comes with, it is not unwise to seek guidance from external parties,

3. Internalize the syllabus:

Before studying for the exam you must internalize the syllabus, that is you must know the syllabus with respect to each subject.

2. Make a study timetable:

It is important that you make a personal study plan for yourself. This will definitely enable you partition time to all these subjects.

1. Self evaluation: 

The first step is to evaluate yourself, your strengths, weaknesses and capabilities. Here, you motivate yourself.