You will need
- 1. Confidence
- 2. A good night's sleep
- 3. The average speed of the speech
Get enough sleep the night before the history exam. It doesn't matter whether you learned all the questions or not. You must come to the exam fresh and rested. Also, try to sleep during the session, because working memory is directly related to regular good sleep.
Come to the exam early. First, you will choose the best place in the audience. Second, you don't have to wait long until pass the exam others. Thus you will avoid unnecessary stressful situations.
Come to the exam wearing comfortable clothes. You must not distract the thoughts of heat or cold. Clothing should be comfortable and well season. Also, try to come to the exam in the clothes different from everyday. So you Express respect for your teacher.
Answer confidently. Remember that relationships between people are extremely important feedback, so your confidence will be transmitted to the examiner. Confident delivery of knowledge will tell the examiner that you have been preparing for the exam and can confirm his words with source.
Avoid monotony. The speed of your speech should be average – not too slow, not to dull the attention of the teacher, but not too fast, which hampers speech perception. Avoid pauses, so as not to give the teacher ask a leading question or a question in General not related to the topic.
Pay attention to gestures, because some of them say more than any words. Responding to the examiner in no event it is impossible to scratch the back of the head, neck, eyebrows, to put hands to lips and cheeks. All of these gestures suggests that people either doubt their words, or doesn't know what he's talking about, and trying to improvise.