Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Letter to Students Regarding Examinations

Dear All

As you wind up this Academic Year (for some, it is the end of first year of law School, while for others, it is the end of Law School),  allow me to wish you the very best in the examinations

It is true that these two or so weeks can seem scary, stressful and unpleasant. The timetables might not be favourable and you might feel unprepared.

However, allow me to encourage you to soldier on and do your best. Prepare as best as you can, have some sleep, keep rehydrated and have something to eat before you arrive.

At the Examination Venue, target to arrive early, dress smartly but also comfortably. It will help with confidence buidling. Try to keep a positive attitude and determine to do your best.

When the exam starts, try to relax before you begin. So it might be good to inhale deeply and exhale slowly a couple of times in order to still your nerves before you begin. For the believer, do not forget to pray.

Read through the whole paper -instructions included. Ensure that you understand the questions before you attempt them.

Remember do not rush through for this too shall pass. There will be lessons learnt in this time too. Do not miss them. Look out for them.

Once again, I wish you all the best in your examinations

Daniel R Ruhweza
May 13, 2019

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