One of the reasons why campus students struggle-and indeed all students in general-when it comes to the issue of the exam season is because they don't prepare adequately and on time. It is not something that is strange and what have you, but the truth of the matter is that campus students never learn. The mistakes they make this year with regards to their exam preparation are the same mistakes they always make when it comes to the next session of exams.
It is not an ideal thing to say but the truth of the matter is that that is what happens when campus exams are around the corner. For instance it really makes a lot of sense when it so happens that students begin preparing for their exams as soon as is practically possible. It is never an easy thing to come to terms to, but the reality on the ground is that if a person desires to survive the exam season with ease he needs to make a point of beginning to prepare for the same in time.
If that will mean doing all he can when the time is still there and coming up with study timetables as a result then so be it. The student in question should also make a point of balancing his class subjects in the sense that no one subject should be practiced or revised more than the other if the people are to do well. I really feel that that is the way to go.