“Mini-musts” is a term used to define the habits that someone performs every single day. They’re usually very small habits, that almost seem insignificant and take up a short amount of time, but cumulatively over a long period, they have a huge impact on your performance overall. If you want to excel in VCE it is vital that you employ a practise such as this. It won’t be fun and the results won’t show in the short term, but if you continue with these every day, you’ll see amazing changes in a few months.
Here are a few examples:
1. Read a news article every day, and try to observe techniques they use (for English Language Analysis)
2. Do 5 multi-choice questions from a VCAA exam every single day and correct them
3. Watch ONE KIS video every day (This will allow you to learn an entire subject in a short period of time)