Your poster should be simple and clear. Include your name, the name of the exam, the date of the exam, and your personal motivation for taking the exam. For example, you might want to achieve a certain score, or you may want to use the exam as a stepping stone to a new career.
As an exam candidate, you want to make sure you have all the resources you need to succeed. One way to do this is to create a poster that outlines your study goals and motivates you to stay on track.
FINAL EXAM INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE THE EXAM
IN THE EXAM
Follow the examiner's instructions.
If you have a question, raise your hand.
No mobile phones, books or bags in the exam.
Please use a blue or black pen.
Display your poster in a place where you will see it every day, such as on your fridge or by your computer. This way, you can stay focused and motivated as you prepare for your exam. With usage beginning in the 1800s, the word poster is thought to be an adaptation of the earlier meanings of ‘swift travel’ or ‘dispatch’. The progression of ‘post’ to ‘poster’ is likely based in the concept of conveying news