Today, we at Islamic Preacher will give you 5 preparation tips for your exams during Ramadan with the duas that will make your results surprising!
1. EAT WELL
Eating well doesn’t mean just stuffing your tummy with food, it means that you eat healthy and calculated food. And prevent eating the food which make you drink more water. Best way to keep healthy during Ramadan is to eat healthy foods from Iftar to Suhoor, and limit the oily foods which makes you want to drink more water or makes you sleepy.
2. MANAGE YOUR ROUTINE
A student, who managed his routine during Ramadan has shared his timetable with us, he said that this routine works out every-time for him. Keeping in mind, his time might differ from yours but you can use these task and manage them as per your timings;
* 1:30 am to 2:00 am – Suhoor
* 2:00 am (After Fajr prayer) to midday – Sleep
* Midday to 9:00 pm – Revision (with breaks)
*9:00 pm to 9:30 pm – Iftar (breaking of your fast)
*9:30 pm to 10:30 pm – Rest
*10:30 pm to 11:30 pm – Tarawih (do not compromise your salah because of exams)
* 11:30 pm to 1:30 am – Revision
3. FOCUS ON IMPORTANT TOPICS
Have faith in Allah, but also tie your camel (Prophet Muhammad) pbuh
Obviously, a student is a human being, learning each and every point is just impossible for you. Make sure you communicate with your teacher as well as your friends and write down the important topics which can appear in your examination, it will save a lot of your time as well as you will be able to grip main topics more easily.
4. STAY HYDRATED AFTER IFTAR
Many people do not bother drinking water after Iftar as their tummy is full of food so body really doesn’t need anymore stuff in it. Since, a person is studying, which means use of a lot of your brain, and if you’re not hyderated, you might end up loosing focus or might start forgetting what you’ve read.
So keep drinking water from Iftar till suhoor, so it stays you active and your body as well as your brain works just fine.
5. DUA FOR EXAMS DURING RAMADAN
We recommend reciting this dua 7 times (you can recite it as many time as you want, i wrote 7 times because i recited it 7 times myself), followed by Durood Shareef before you enter your examination hall. I tried it myself, and it really worked!
وَإِنْ يُرِيدُوا أَنْ يَخْدَعُوكَ فَإِنَّ حَسْبَكَ اللَّهُ ۚ هُوَ الَّذِي أَيَّدَكَ بِنَصْرِهِ وَبِالْمُؤْمِنِينَ
And if they intend to deceive you-- then surely Allah is sufficient for you; He it is Who strengthened you with His help and with the believers. (Surah Al-Anfal - 8:62)