Everyone knows that studying is a skill that is fine-tuned over many years and different approaches work well for different people. By the time you sit your first actuarial exam, you are likely to have already sat many exams and will have a good idea of what approach works best for you. However, sometimes, you may come across a useful pointer that enhances your approach and makes life a lot easier.
Below are a number of articles that deal with study/exam techniques. In most cases, they are general articles and do not relate specifically to the actuarial exams. However, they may provide you with one or two tips that prove useful come exam-day.
We also recommend you refer to the Society's Guide for Student Actuaries.