Understand the basic concepts: Start by understanding the basic concepts of statistics such as data collection, data description, probability, statistical inference and hypothesis testing.
Practice with examples: Practice with examples to help you understand how to use the different techniques and formulas.
Use books, manuals or online tutorials to practice.
Use computer tools: Learn to use computer tools such as Excel or R to manipulate data and perform statistical calculations.
Work in groups: Talk to your classmates to exchange ideas and knowledge. This can help you understand concepts more easily.
Do application exercises but only after you have memorised the theory: Do application exercises to practise solving concrete problems and to prepare for the exam.
Get organised: Keep an exam preparation schedule to keep yourself organised and to ensure that you cover all the important topics.
Review regularly: Review your notes and concepts regularly to consolidate your knowledge and strengthen your memory.
Ask for help: If you have difficulties, don't hesitate to ask your teachers for help or use online tutorials to help you understand the concepts.